"Were so thankful for this amazing donation from Netbiz Group. The Christmas period is especially hard for so many families, so these gifts will mean the world to children across our city."
Adam Yates, Head of Community Liaison
Dedicated to supporting local communities, The Hubb Foundation helps disadvantaged families across Stoke-on-Trent and Newcastle-under-Lyme. They work to provide nutritious meals and fun, educational activities for children and young people during school holidays.
Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, the charity has provided over 200,000 meals to families.
Working towards their goal to help vulnerable families enjoy Christmas, The Hubb Foundation launched an appeal for gifts to support their Christmas Holiday Sessions in Schools campaign.
Set up to provide safe spaces for families to spend time together, the sessions offer a wide range of activities, from physical games to mental challenges, sporting events to arts and crafts. All, with a focus of getting children and young adults involved and engaged in enriching experiences over the Christmas break.
Having supported The Hubb Foundation for over 4 years, Newcastle-under-Lyme based Netbiz Group has donated hundreds of gifts to the appeal to help families.
Community Business Manager and Head of Community Liaison at The Hubb Foundation, Adam Yates commented, “we’re so thankful for this amazing donation from Netbiz Group. The Christmas period is especially hard for so many families, so these gifts will mean the world to children across our city”.
As well as this donation, Netbiz Group also designed and developed The Hubb Foundation’s website and supported the digital campaign for the ‘Ay up duck’ initiative free of charge, along with other projects in collaboration with the charity.
Account Manager at Netbiz Group, Susan Erlam said, “we’re so proud to be able to support this incredible cause. We’ve been working with The Hubb Foundation for many years now and their dedication to helping families and children in our local area is just incredible to see.
Susan finalised; we’re already working on some exciting joint projects for the start of 2021, so we can’t wait to see The Hubb Foundation continue to grow from strength to strength”.