Wade Ceramics choose Realise as their 2020 Charity of the Year

Realise charity is delighted to announce that renowned Staffordshire-based manufacturer, Wade Ceramics, has chosen Realise as their ‘Charity of the Year’ for 2020.

The partnership will raise essential funds for Realise through staff fundraising and events. Donations will support more people in communities across Staffordshire, enabling them to receive support when needed, including skills for employment, mental health support, literacy awareness and projects to tackle social isolation and loneliness.

Elaine Needham, Group Head of Marketing and Communications at Realise, said: “There are so many worthy charities across our region, we are extremely excited that Wade Ceramics has chosen to support our work in 2020. Staff at Wade have already shared lots of innovative ideas of how they will raise funds this year and we look forward to working with them. Wade’s support will raise much-needed funds that will help us continue to deliver vital projects within communities across Staffordshire.”

 

“We are delighted to announce that Realise will be our Charity of the Year for 2020 and we look forward to raising as much money as possible throughout the year, by getting involved in many events and fundraising initiatives.”

Paul Farmer, Managing Director, Wade Ceramics

 

Wade Ceramics is based in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, the traditional home of ceramics in England and produces over 100,000 units each week.

Paul Farmer, Managing Director at Wade Ceramics, said: “We are delighted to announce that Realise will be our Charity of the Year for 2020 and we look forward to raising as much money as possible throughout the year, by getting involved in many events and fundraising initiatives. Staffordshire has been at the heart of our business since the 19th century. We’ve seen it grow and become the cosmopolitan county it is today. Realise has been doing fantastic work making it a better place by tackling barriers to employment, health and poverty for 10 years and we look forward to supporting the organisation throughout 2020.”

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