The Guildmore team working on our new Lyttelton House development, dropped into the Frampton Park Baptist Church recently and provided a donation to the CAP Debt Help Centre.

Founded in 1996, ‘Christians Against Poverty’ (CAP) is a charitable organisation specialising in debt counselling for people in financial difficulty, including those in need of bankruptcy or insolvency. It also provides Job Clubs for those seeking employment and Fresh Start Courses for people looking to overcome addictions and dependencies.

Church Centre Manager Christine Mueller said, “Frampton Park Baptist Church would like to say a big thank you to Guildmore for supporting the much-needed work of our CAP Debt Help Centre. This will enable us to provide emergency help to a good number of vulnerable community members who work with us to find freedom from unmanageable debt and therefore relief from poverty”.

Guildmore Head of Pre-Construction and Compliance, Peter O’Connor, said “It’s always great to give to charity. The difference a small donation can make to the lives of people in need is profound. We applaud the team at the Church who work tirelessly with those who are most in need of help and we are delighted to give something back to the communities in which we work.  As a considerate constructor, Guildmore are committed to positively contributing to worthwhile causes such as CAP.

Guildmore are currently constructing a new development of 25 units at the Lyttelton House site on behalf of Hackney Council.

Works are due to complete in the summer of 2020.

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