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Partner pedals in aid of Foundation

Partner pedals in aid of Foundation

TFS to donate funds to Foundation from bike ride A team of cyclists from Club Partner Total Foodservice (TFS) will take on a two day challenge during mid-May to raise funds for the Town Foundation. The team will consist of staff old and new from the company as well as suppliers and Town’s Corporate Fundraising Officer Mandy Taylor. The 150 mile route along the West Yorkshire Cycle Route will see the team take in the sights of Hawor...
Posted: Mar 2013
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Nor Co get Foundation on the road

Nor Co get Foundation on the road

Club Partner Northern Commercials has helped the Town Foundation deliver its first major project – the ‘Early Kick-Off’ breakfast clubs – providing expert help and guidance in the purchase of a new delivery van. The registered charity has worked very closely with, and been guided through the purchase of special refrigerated van from the Brighouse-based Iveco and Fiat van and truck dealership, whose name appears on the bac...
Posted: Mar 2013
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Foundation close to EKO landmark

Foundation close to EKO landmark

Just six months into the ‘Early Kick-Off’ project, the Town Foundation is nearing the impressive milestone of 10,000 healthy and nutritious breakfasts served to children across the local area. Seven breakfast clubs are now up and running across Huddersfield and the wider area at Christ Church Academy, Old Bank, Hillside, Lowerhouses, Netherhall Campus, Spring Grove and Ash Brow schools. Ash Brow School was the most recent to lau...
Posted: Mar 2013
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8th EKO Breakfast Club launched

8th EKO Breakfast Club launched

The Town Foundation opened an ‘Early Kick-Off’ breakfast club with a difference on Monday at Ethos College. The latest breakfast club from Town’s official charity – the eighth in total so far – is catering for a different market than the other EKOs. Ethos College is a pupil referral unit established for Kirklees students aged between 14 and 16 years old. Town’s injured midfielder Keith Southern dropped in to ...
Posted: Mar 2013
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