Renova Developments, formerly known as ‘Partners 4 Lift’, took time off from building state-of-the-art NHS and community buildings across Knowsley, to ‘take a swing’ and raise over £10,000 for Listening Ear’s Butterflies Project.
Chief Executive of Renova, Richard Ashcroft and his team arranged the Charity Golf Day at Lymm Golf Club on Wednesday 4th June. Teams of golfers raised funds through sponsorship, a raffle and acharity auction, all in aid of the Butterflies bereavement and loss support programme for children and young people.
Pictured left to right: Neil Grice and Julie Grundy (Renova), Tracy Allen (Butterflies), Ann Casey and Richard Ashcroft, CEO (Renova).
Richard Ashcroft, CEO for Renova, said: “Renova is proud to be able to support such a worthy charity as Butterflies. We never cease to be overwhelmed by the amazing work that they do and we hope this money will support the training of staff and allow them to offer their invaluable services to more children in the future.”