CRASH welcomes new Corporate Patron Kilnbridge

CRASH charity is delighted to welcome Kilnbridge as a Corporate Patron.

Kilnbridge is a construction and engineering business. Operating as a turnkey specialist structures contractor, they have dedicated business units in Demolition, Construction and Civil Engineering, Concrete Cutting, Fabrication, Fire Protection, and Waste Management

They have developed a reputation for providing engineered solutions for the successful delivery of complex construction and civil engineering projects in very challenging environments whilst placing great emphasis on safety, quality and innovation.

CRASH charity unites the construction industry’s passion, skills and resources to create places that care for the sick, vulnerable and homeless. As a Corporate Patron, Kilnbridge will join 33 companies that underpin every construction project CRASH charity undertakes.

As a Corporate Patron of CRASH Kilnbridge will engage the talent of their employees through professional services, donate products and help fund projects through donations and fundraising.

Francesca Roberts, Chief Executive at CRASH, said:

“CRASH is delighted and proud to have Kilnbridge as a Corporate Patron of the charity.  We look forward to building a partnership with them that will underpin the social impact our charity has on people and communities in London and across the UK”

Dermot McDermott, Director at Kilnbridge, said:

”Kilnbridge have been admirers and friends of CRASH for a number of years and are now delighted to become a Corporate Patron. It is our privilege to support CRASH in their commitment to work for the vulnerable and homeless in our society and we look forward to working with the team in the year ahead.”

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If you are interested in becoming a Corporate Patron of CRASH, please contact Francesca Roberts at froberts@crash.org.uk or call 0208 742 0717.

CRASH has been the UK construction industry’s social impact partner for 25 years. We unite the power of the industry to do good by channelling their professional expertise, construction products and fundraising to create places that care for the sick, vulnerable and homeless in the communities which we work and live. Our work demonstrates how our charity partnership with the construction industry can build a more caring society.