Founded in 2014 by Lee Royle and Michael McQuade, North West-based Roylemac10 is a national independent provider of structural building warranties, offering building control services and A rated structural warranty cover to developers, builders, and self-builders. Despite the challenges of the global pandemic, Roylemac10 has enjoyed its most successful year to date and to demonstrate their CSR commitment the company has pledged that for every individual unit registered within Everton in the Community’s delivery area of Merseyside they will make a donation of £10 to help support the charity’s work in alleviating child poverty.
And not only will Roylemac10 donate £10 to Everton in the Community for every agreed warranty per individual unit (houses, apartments and/or commercial properties), the company is also offering the same donation to projects built by Merseyside registered builders constructing outside of the region.
Lee Royle is the son of Everton Giant Joe Royle and, thanks to his father’s deep-rooted links with Everton Football Club, he has grown up fully aware of Everton in the Community’s work in providing a better future for people across Merseyside. Roylemac10’s donation to the charity will initially focus on providing healthy and nutritious meals for disadvantaged children at a primary school within Norris Green – Joe Royle’s birthplace – but with the ambition that their ongoing donations will help to provide further support within the North Liverpool-based school.
Life expectancy in Norris Green is four to five years lower than the national average, and this is largely attributed to health problems arising from poverty and this is just one of the reasons why Lee Royle wanted to give back to the area where his dad was born as he explained: