Scaffolding firm donates £10K to children’s charity

Proplant Scaffolding donate £10K to Taylor Made Dreams
Credit: Proplant Scaffolding / Twitter

A Brentwood based scaffolding firm has donated an impressive £10,000 to children’s charity Taylor Made Dreams.

Family-run Proplant Scaffolding Ltd has said, “it’s an honour” to have been able to donate the funds to the charity.

Established in 2014, Taylor Made Dreams is a charity that helps kids who have life-limiting illnesses fulfil their dreams. It’s CEO Suzi Mitchell “deserves a knighthood,” said Proplant Scaffolding on twitter.

The charity’s main aim is to assist in the creation of a unique ‘Bucket List’, which is ‘Taylor-Made’ to meet the specific needs and desires of an individual child.

Jordan Marsh, Director of Proplant Scaffolding Ltd said: “We were introduced to them back at the start of 2020 and when we found out that they were looking for continued funding and donations we couldn’t say no. What they do is truly remarkable!

They help children with life-limiting disabilities to fulfil bucket list things they might like to do, places they might like to go and meet people they might like to meet.”

Shaun Fennessey, Director of Proplant Scaffolding said: “When we met Suzie and heard about her story and why she set up TMD, we knew there and then we would like to help out by giving whatever we could afford to give.”

Jordan Marsh concluded: “You hear so much about the big-name charities in the news and everything they do, but you never hear about the smaller ones like TMD and the struggle they go through working tirelessly to raise vital funding in order for these kids to fulfil their bucket list choices.

This could be something massive like heading to Disney World for a weekend with family or just something so small and humbling like a child asking for some new lego. All of it is funded by charity donations.”

“It was an absolute pleasure to be able to make this charity donation, and we will continue to help and support TMD in any way we can for the foreseeable future.”

Its understood Proplant had planned to make the donation earlier in the year, however, the coronavirus lockdown prevented the presentation to take place until recently.