NOVUS NORTH WEST TEAM GIVE BACK TO THE COMMUNITY

  11 October, 2021      Company UpdatesCSR
NOVUS NORTH WEST TEAM GIVE BACK TO THE COMMUNITY

As a business, we have set a vision to be a force for good. We know that Covid-19 has had a huge impact on our society and as a responsible business, we are committed to playing our part in supporting the communities who need the most help.

This is why our North West team have been supporting our national Build Back better movement.

Give back to the community - RedecorationThe Redecoration of Community Room

In partnership with Great Places Novus has refurbished the Park Lodge Community Room for the benefit of the customers, and the Community Groups that use the facilities.

Improving community facilities can act as a driver for positive change, creating a self-help and problem-solving culture, and helping individuals move out of poverty.

 

Novus in Merseyside hold Skills Workshop at Homeless Hostel

Novus is working in Birkenhead in Merseyside, refurbishing a derelict building into offices and temporary accommodation for a client who provides accommodation for people who are at risk of, about to become, or are homeless. The Novus team have held a series of skills workshops to provide the residents with painting and decorating skills, and give them an insight into a career in construction.

 

 

Novus Transform the Outside Space of a Community Library

In partnership with Adactas Housing in Manchester,  Novus painted the outside of local community library.  The library is used as a day centre for pre-school children and is also the local library which also offers digital learning to the local community.

 

Novus Liverpool Team Donate Laptop to Support Vulnerable Pupils During Lockdown

Supporting client Procure Plus, Novus has donated £250 to fund I.T equipment for vulnerable pupils learning from home at North Liverpool Academy.

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