ROYLEMAC10 PLEDGE SUPPORT TO LOCAL COMMUNITY
THURSDAY, JANUARY 7TH 2021
National insurance broker, Roylemac10, have demonstrated their commitment to the community and have pledged their support to City’s official charity.
The Robins Foundation are pleased to announce national provider of structural building warranties, Roylemac10, as the latest member of the Foundation’s Shared Duty Club.
The company arrange A rated structural warranties and building control services to developers, builders and self-builders alike.
Founded in 2014 by son of former City frontman – Joe Royle – Lee Royle and Michael McQuade are committed to supporting communities across the country and have pledged that for every individual unit registered across the South West and Wales, Roylemac10 will make a £10 donation to Bristol City’s official charity – the Robins Foundation.
All funds generated from this innovative community focused partnership will be invested into supporting vulnerable young people in the city’s most deprived areas.
With 19,000 children in Bristol living in the 10% most deprived areas of England, the community outreach work carried out by Bristol City Robins Foundation has never been more important.
“We are delighted to receive the support of Roylemac10.” Commented Bristol City Robins Foundation Chief Executive Officer, Dan White.
“This has been a difficult year for everyone, but the current pandemic has had a particularly harsh impact on the most vulnerable in our community. The support of businesses is invaluable in enabling us to reach those most in need and the support of Roylemac10 will go a long way in helping us support the disadvantaged in our community.”
Roylemac10 Director, Lee Royle said: “Both Michael and I are delighted to be working with the Robins Foundation assisting in all the good work they do in the region.
“I was very fortunate to spend my formative years growing up in the Bristol area and visiting Ashton Gate watching my childhood heroes. As a result, I have always retained a massive soft spot for the club and West Country in general.
“Prior to lockdown I returned every month and became aware of the fantastic work the Foundation does assisting those less fortunate in these most testing of times. It therefore brings us both immense pride and pleasure to play any part we can in helping a fantastic club and Foundation help others who need support now more than ever.”
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