The Bridge Project has been delivering hot lunches to people in Sudbury and Great Cornard for a number of years. It has now expanded the service to include Long Melford, Acton and Great Waldingfield.
It was time to make the van stand out from the crowd. Time to be instantly recognisable to residents in these areas.
It was a great project for our creative team! Who produced the designs for free to help the charity promote this vital service.
Jo Searle, Chief Executive of The Bridge Project, said: “It’s wonderful that we can cater to more residents who will benefit from our home meal delivery service. It is even better now that our van really does stand out and let people know we are here for them.”
The charity is always on the look out for potential volunteers within the community. Those who are available to volunteer some time to support them with the running of The Bridge.
Jo added, “We are dependant on local people and their support to continue to provide our services to the community.”
Our Managing Director Paul Mackman, said: “We are thrilled to have been able to help The Bridge Project freshen up their van and get the message out onto the streets. The charity is close to our hearts and we hope people come forward as volunteers to ensure they can continue their great work.”
The meal delivery service operates Monday to Friday, excluding Bank Holidays.
Would you, or a loved one like a wholesome hot lunch delivery? If so, get in touch through the website: www.thebridgeproject.co.uk. Alternatively, give The Bridge Project a call on 01787 313691.
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