North London Estate Partnerships (NLEP) Foundation and Integral UK Ltd have joined forces to make a joint donation of £1,000 to North Enfield Foodbank. At this especially difficult time for many, the donation will go towards helping make sure that no one in the local community has to go hungry. The foodbank is close to Forest Road Primary Care Centre, one of NLEP LIFTCo’s portfolio of buildings that gbpartnerships provide management services for and Integral deliver facilities management services.
Kerry Coe from North Enfield Foodbank commented:
"A huge thank you to the team at NLEP Foundation and Integral UK Ltd, for thinking of the foodbank for their donation. The donation of £1,000 will make such a big difference to the work of the foodbank as we continue to support our community through the covid-19 pandemic, and beyond. The support from the local community enables us to continue to provide emergency food to our community at a time when it is most needed."
Ian Taylor, NLEP Foundation commented:
“We are committed to working in partnership to create stronger communities. This joint donation with Integral, will go some way towards supporting people in need who are living in North Enfield.”
Sarah Walton, Contract Delivery Manager from Integral UK Ltd commented:
“At Integral we recognize the importance of a collaborative approach to support local people and local communities, over the years I have always personally championed the work of our local foodbanks, who bring much needed support and hope during often difficult times.”
Find out more about the work of the foodbank here: https://northenfield.foodbank.org.uk/
Top Left: Malcom Pride, gbpartnerships, on behalf of NLEP;
Top Right: Sarah Walton, Integral UK;
Bottom: Kerry Coe, North Enfield Foodbank.