Willmott Dixon Partnerships’ Birmingham branch has been busy buying extra Christmas presents this year – to help spread a little cheer to children in Africa.
Kind hearted employees from the repairs and maintenance specialist organised their own shoe box appeal to collect items which were sent to an African village in time for Christmas celebrations.
Staff from the branch managed to collect shoe boxes full of several necessary items for less fortunate people in the village of Agome-sevah in Togo, West Africa.
The company’s shoe box appeal has come as a result of its link with the UK charity, Dekamile, which serves to provide clean water, sanitation and improved infrastructure for the people of Togo. The efforts of the team will contribute towards the outstanding all-branch total of 292 shoe boxes being sent to the villagers.
* Willmott Dixon managing director Mick Williamson is pictured with the stacked shoeboxes for Dekamile.