ACS make life changing donation
ACS, a property maintenance and facilities management firm based in Halton, made a donation to Community Integrated Care, supporting our charity’s life changing work in the local area.
Thanks to this generous contribution, people across Widnes, Halton and Runcorn with learning disabilities and autism are enjoying engaging experiences with specialist providers, from inclusive sports sessions to stimulating creative and sensory arts workshops.
After witnessing the incredible care and support provided by Community Integrated Care over the years, ACS’ Company Director, Andy Horabin has built a deep connection with the charity, supporting their efforts with multiple financial contributions.
John Hughes, Director of Partnerships and Communities at Community Integrated Care said: “We’re incredibly grateful for ACS’ donation which will have such a life-changing impact on the people we support. Andy understands the power of what this support can provide to our charity, especially throughout this cost-of-living crisis. We’d like to thank Andy and the team for their kindness and ongoing support, and also for their dedication to supporting our services in the community so dutifully, ensuring that we can provide the best lives possible for the people we support in Widnes and surrounding areas.”
Andy said: “ACS was founded in Widnes and we are committed to making a real difference to local people. We are proud to support Community Integrated Care with this donation, a charity we have supported over the years and built a connection with. They are doing outstanding work locally that is truly changing lives.”