Real Estate Developer Aids in #FoodSOS Campaign
A magazine launched the #FoodSOS campaign to help the families in the city who are struggling to put food on the table. The Birmingham Mail, a reputable brand that has been providing news to Birmingham and the surrounding area for 150 years, has a digital channel called BirminghamLive.
Court Collaboration has raised more than £10,000 to help hungry families struggling with increased living expenses. Furthermore, it has encouraged its business partners to do the same, helping the city centre developer raise £10,750.
One of the several residential projects being managed by the Birmingham-based real estate developer, which has donated £2,000 to the #FoodSOS movement, is the 51-story One Eastside building in Jennens Road. You can learn about this project here.
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In order to assist families that are struggling to put food on the table, the #FoodSOS campaign was started in June.
Court Collaboration was able to raise the money with the help of collaborators JRL Group, McAuliffe, MGAC | RLF, Gateley Legal, and Applied Geology.
After learning about #FoodSOS, Court’s managing director, Alex Neale, wrote a letter to 30 of the company’s suppliers encouraging them to participate. He is now pleading with other businesses to adopt his example and assist those who provide food for the hungry.
In some Birmingham neighbourhoods, the percentage of children living in poverty is well over 40%, and struggling families are turning to food banks to make ends meet.
In addition to pleading with other businesses to support this “great” cause, Mr. Neale has issued a dire warning that things will only become worse in the coming months.