Aarsleff Ground Engineering have nominated Young People’s Counselling Services (YPCS) as their ‘Charity of the Quarter’.
Aarsleff is a market leading specialist ground engineering contractor based in Newark, Nottinghamshire, specialising in the installation of piling, ground beams, geotechnical and retaining solutions servicing the residential, rail, commercial, infrastructure and energy construction markets.
We run a charity pot where staff have a ‘Dress Down Friday’ and every quarter this money is donated to a nominated charitable cause. Furthermore, our very own Zoe Yeoman’s will be taking part in the YPCS Fire-walk on the 20thOctober and the money raised from Zoe’s fire-walk will also be fund-matched by Aarsleff Ground Engineering.
Aarsleff Ground Engineering’s Marketing and Communications Manager Jessica Banham said
“We have selected YPCS as our ‘Charity of the Quarter’ because of the extraordinary work they do supporting Young People & their families not only through the treatment of mental illness but by the way that they are also focusing on prevention. We are absolutely delighted to be supporting such an inspirational organisation and look forward to watching them progress along their exciting & innovative journey”.
YPCS is a non-government funded charity that offers free one-to-one counselling for 11-16 year olds identified as requiring help with their mental health. In the UK, 1 in 10 children are diagnosed with a mental health issue but only 30% receive the correct treatment. £360 covers the cost for providing 12 free counselling to one Young Person in need of help.
For more information about YPCS and how you can donate, please visit their website here: https://ypcs.uk/
For more information about Aarsleff Ground Engineering and its corporate responsibility, contact the company on 01636 611140 or email email@example.com