Hopkins Homes creates £500,000 community fund for local charities

Hopkins Homes creates £500,000 community fund for local charities

£500,000 community fund for charities across Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk.

Award-winning housebuilder Hopkins Homes is marking the sale of its 5,000th home by doubling the size and widening the geographic area of the Hopkins Charitable Fund.  This will create a fund of at least £500,000 for local charities in Cambridgeshire, Norfolk and Suffolk over the next five years.

Making the announcement James Hopkins said: “As a company, we are proud of our strong track record of supporting local communities and charities. But as we grow as a company, we want to grow our charitable giving too. This year we have reached a new milestone for the company – the sale of our 5000th home. We will be announcing more details of this shortly but to mark this occasion we are doubling the size of our existing Charitable Fund to support local communities across our operating area.

“From our first project 20 years ago to the present day, high quality design has been at the heart of each of those 5,000 homes. But this commitment to design is not just about building beautiful homes, it is also about ensuring that we design houses that local people can be proud of, whether they live in them or not, and play our part in creating strong, cohesive communities across Cambridgeshire, Suffolk and Norfolk.

“The expansion of the Hopkins Charitable Fund is an extension of this desire to contribute to the local community, not just through the quality of what we build but by supporting charities and good causes to help vulnerable members of our society. As a regional housebuilder many of the causes and charities are familiar to me on a personal level and I am delighted that through this fund we will be able to support them even more.”

The Fund will support charities and community groups across Cambridgeshire, Suffolk and Norfolk and will be administered by the respective Community Foundations of each county.

 

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