Charity Engagement – The Jonas Trust
Pulse is a family-run business providing high-quality maintenance for some of the UK’s leading brands. We specialise in the design and delivery of exceptional projects to create engaging retail environments with an impeccable finish. But Pulse is not just about what we do. It’s about how we do it. Our values are at the heart of who we are and how we work. And one of our key values is to give something back.
Why It Matters To Us
We’re committed to giving away a portion of our profits to charities and projects chosen by our staff. Our commitment to give something back drives us forward. This contributes to a fun-loving, hard-working environment of accountability and pride in what we do because we’re convinced that places make a difference to people.
And that’s why we’re proud to support the work of The Jonas Trust.
The Jonas Trust
The Jonas Trust provides low cost holiday accommodation to individuals, families and groups at The Jonas Centre, a non-profit venue of Scandinavian-style cabins in the Yorkshire Dales.
Since 2004 they have provided more than 1700 subsidised holidays to over 3500 adults and over 2200 children many of whom have never had a holiday before.
Vision 21 at The Jonas Centre
This month we’ve given to their Vision 21 initiative. They’re seeking to raise funds to refurbish their existing cabins, build a brand new, more accessible community building, and expand the capacity of the site by up to six additional cabins.
The money we have given has helped them hit the £50,000 target they needed to ensure they can complete two more cabins by Easter 2019.
What Can You Give?
Imagine the difference a free or low-cost holiday could make to a family in need of rest or respite in the midst of the stresses and strains of everyday life.
It’s only as a result of generous donations that The Jonas Trust are able to provide these breaks along with meeting their normal expenditure. Can you or your business help them build on their success and ensure more accommodation is available for families in need?