Cotswold House has been given a cash boost thanks to a generous donation from Compass Minerals.
Claire Bryant, operations and transport administrator, DeepStore, and Ros Ashley, mine administrator, Compass Minerals, who represented the two sides of the business, presented a cheque for £1,000 to Cotswold House on behalf of the Winsford-based company, which operates the UK’s largest salt mine.
Cotswold House, which is operated by Weaver Vale Housing Trust, provides quality supported accommodation for homeless women aged 16+. Since it opened in 2006, Cotswold House has helped hundreds of young women and children.
Lyn Mitchell, HR Manager, Compass Minerals, said:
“Cotswold House is close to a lot of our employees’ hearts here at Compass Minerals, providing a springboard to help young women get back on track. We are delighted to support their amazing work with this donation.”
Angela Kandeh, Service Manager at Cotswold House, said:
“This donation from Compass Minerals really does mean the world to us. We were delighted to see such a huge support from a local business as we continue to provide a safe and supportive environment for women to work towards a more positive future.”