Condy Lofthouse Architects names Big Help Project as their Charity of the Year 2022

Condy Lofthouse Architects is a RIBA registered architectural practice, winning awards for delivering design solutions through their diverse range of work undertaken across the UK. As Charity of the Year, Big Help Project will benefit from a number of events and activities supported by staff across the practice.    

Director of Condy Lofthouse Architects, Andrew Armstrong said, “Condy Lofthouse Architects are proud to announce Big Help Project as Charity of the Year Partner 2022. We are looking forward to supporting such an inspiring local charity that works with the people in our community to help create opportunities for a better future. We will be participating in a range of activities, challenges and events throughout the year in support of this fantastic cause.”

Michele Duckworth, Fundraiser at Big Help Project said “We are delighted that the team at Condy Lofthouse Architects has chosen Big Help Project as their Charity of the Year 2022, and we are looking forward to developing a strong working relationship. The need for our services is growing year-on-year, and this partnership will help us to be able to continue to meet this need as we come through the last stages of the pandemic and support people who have been most affected, be it through job loss, changes in circumstances, or dealing with the financial impact of chronic Covid-19 related health issues.”

Since the start of the pandemic, Big Help Project has been at the forefront of delivering emergency food support to those in crisis; as well as providing a root-cause approach to tackle the underlying issues that cause people to fall into the cycle of poverty. The pandemic has been a stark reminder that anybody can be a pay check away from requiring support to put food on the table. The partnership between Condy Lofthouse Architects and Big Help Project serves as a reminder of the positive change that working collaboratively can bring to a community.

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