Team Story donate over £20k to charity

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Team Story donate over £20k to charity

As a part of our mission to ‘Do It Right’, #TeamStory have donated a total of £24,550 to 20 charities and organisations across the UK last year.

The charities, which sit across the company’s regional operating areas, received a donation as part of Story’s commitment to support the communities in which employees live and work.

The charities who received a donation are:


  • Carlisle Youth Zone – a safe and fun environment where the potential of young people is developed and fulfilled.
  • Inspira – a leading employability skills expert, providing professional careers advice and guidance for people in Cumbria and Lancashire.
  • Eden Mind – support minds locally offering help, information, advice and local services.
  • Carlisle Foodbank – provides emergency food aid for people in crisis.


  • 42nd Street – supporting young people with their emotional wellbeing and mental health.
  • Emmeline’s Pantry – a service aimed at helping women and families in Manchester that may be struggling to feed or clothe everyone during the cost-of-living crisis.
  • Lancaster & District Homeless Action Service – provides services for those who are homeless or have housing related needs.


  • Focus4Hope – seeks to provide support for people experiencing homelessness, elderly, isolated, and vulnerable in West Yorkshire.
  • Howarth Foundation – secure meaningful employment for individuals who have experienced homelessness.
  • Groundworks North East – supports community projects across the region, changing places and lives.
  • Cornerstone Hartlepool – provides food, shelter, community spaces, and vocational training.


  • New Leaf Initiative – engages and supports those in the criminal justice system and wider communities, to stabilise, upskill and gain employment.
  • Crisis Skylight Birmingham – supports people who are experiencing homelessness or are at risk of homelessness.
  • Camden Foodbank – provide nutritionally balanced emergency food and supports to local people who are referred to them in crisis.


  • Simon Community Scotland – provides information, advice, care, support, accommodation and homes to people experiencing, or at risk of, homelessness.
  • Glasgow Childrens Hospital – ensure that every baby, child and young person treated at Scotland’s largest children’s hospital receives the care they deserve.
  • SAMH – provides mental health social care support, addictions and employment services.
  • The Louise Project – responds to those facing great hardship and it seeks to develop a pathway to break the cycle of generational poverty.
  • The Scotland team also supported Network Rail with their initiative of bike donations, as the team arranged the collection and delivery of 57 refurbished bikes to three Scottish primary schools, (Letham Primary School, Keir Hardie Primary School and Stenhouse Primary School) as well as donating cycling helmets, bike lights and cycling vests so the children can use the refurbished bikes safely.


Walking with the Wounded – provide support to veterans struggling with mental health issues, unemployment or homelessness.

In addition to the 13 charities above, Story Plant have also provided support to local clubs and organisations ranging from football teams to Brownie clubs. Following nominations from Story colleagues across the country, financial donations were made to:

  • Merseyside Brownie Club – Birmingham
  • Carlisle Centurions under 16’s Football Team – Carlisle
  • Haydon Bridge United under 10’s Football Club – Carlisle
  • Doncaster Sambo and Wrestling – Normanton
  • Wishaw Wycombe Football Club – Scotland
  • Kirkfield United Football Academy – Scotland
  • Sutton Coldfield Football Club – Birmingham
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