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LV= staff help the disabled

LV= staff help the disabled

LV= staff help the disabled
Liverpool and Victoria (LV=) continues to give back to those in need as volunteers from the Brentwood-based insurance firm refurbish a day centre for disabled people.
 
Members of the insurer’s staff spent two days decorating two rooms at the Bradbury House’s Papworth Trust centre in Witchards, Basildon.
 
Papworth Trust corporate partnership fundraiser Jo Revitt said the LV= staff “managed to turn two bland spaces into bright funky environments,” the Maldon Standard reported.
 
“Our staff and customers were delighted with the results – so much so that our musical group, Papillion, sang a song of thanks at the end of the day,” the publication quoted him as saying.
 
LV= executive Faye Hewitt said the insurance firm had initially supported Papworth Trust through fundraising events.
 
She said they were thrilled to learn that they had the “opportunity to offer some practical help too.”
 
“Our volunteers found it especially rewarding as they were able to work alongside people who regularly use the centre and see first-hand the different that their support will make.”
 
Apart from Papworth Trust, LV= has partnered with national charities and good causes such as Fields in Trust, which helps preserve outdoor recreational spaces across the UK.
 
The insurance firm has also sponsored the Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth and the BBC Children in Need and Comic Relief, two of the biggest national fundraising events in the country.