Charity profile – Gravity Social Club

Every Friday evening in Crawley, Gravity Social Club provides an opportunity for adults with learning difficulties to socialise in a safe place and experience a variety of social activities together.  First introduced to us in November 2017, the group have since become great friends. 

Charity profile – The Butterfly Project

The Butterfly Project are our close neighbours in Horsham, situated a short walk from our offices in North Parade.  The project operates a day centre which supports adults with learning difficulties, autism, and other disabilities to engage in work and community activities, helping them to build confidence and self-esteem whilst developing work experience and personal […]

Charity profile – The Mary How Trust

Based in Pulborough, The Mary How Trust was founded in 1988, and works to provide health screening in order to detect the early signs of cancer and other serious illnesses.  The charity’s namesake, Mary How, died aged just 46 from bowel cancer, which may have been prevented had such a service been available.

The perspective of a newcomer

Having joined the company in October 2017, Becky shares some of the things she’s enjoyed learning during her first few months…

Exciting news for Freeman Brothers

We’re excited to finally be able to announce that 2019 will feature a new project for us: having expressed an interest during the early stages, Freeman Brothers were “matched” with an event partner and will be sponsoring a district-wide comedy competition next year.