We’re absolutely thrilled to have been recognised as Community Champions at this year’s Express & Star Business Awards!
The Paycare team was out in force at the awards evening on June 7th, one of the biggest events in the Midlands’ business diary and one which was this year hosted by the fabulous team at Wolverhampton Racecourse and compered by the ‘Voice of the Balls’, Alan Dedicoat.
Sponsored this year by Jaguar Land Rover, the Community Champion category saw extremely tough competition with fellow shortlisted firms also showcasing their fantastic work, but we were truly triumphant on the night, praised by the judges for our work in supporting a vast range of activities and charities across our local, and wider, communities.
As part of the shortlist process, we were also joined by representatives from The Lighthouse, The Haven, Wolves Community Trust and The Way who shared stories about the very real difference that our donations have made, and continue to make, to the people that they serve.
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Kevin Rogers, CEO of Paycare, said: “As a not-for-profit organisation which has people at our very heart, we’re naturally committed to giving back and donating every spare penny not spent on enhancing our services. We’re very fortunate to be able to make such a positive difference within our communities and are very proud to have shared over £2.2million to date. The biggest of thanks must of course go to our Policyholders for their continued support of Paycare, and of our mission to continue helping amazing charities, causes and initiatives.
“We’re so humbled to have been recognised in this way, and while it’s not the reason that we do what we do, it’s very much in recognition to the fantastic support that we continue to receive from our Policyholders, as well as of the hard work of the entire Paycare team. With a ‘giving back’ ethos the lifeblood of our organisation, we’re very much looking forward to continuing to grow over the months and years ahead so that we can help even more special causes across the Black Country and beyond.”