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Energy company donates furniture and equipment to Mind

Robin Beales of Proserv with some of the staff from Great Yarmouth and Waveney Mind.
Picture: Great Yarmouth and Waveney Mind

Robin Beales of Proserv with some of the staff from Great Yarmouth and Waveney Mind. Picture: Great Yarmouth and Waveney Mind

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A energy supply company has donated furniture and office equipment to a mental health charity.

Proserv, which provides services and bespoke solutions to clients across the energy industry, has made the donation to Great Yarmouth and Mind.

The donation followed Proserv’s move to Beacon Park in Gorleston to new improved premises which allowed them to hand over the items.

Rachel Walsh, fundraising and communications manager at the charity, said: “We’re always grateful to receive donations.

“The furniture and electrical goods donated by Proserv will be distributed locally between our offices, residential unit and community garden project, helping to improve the working environment and facilities for our staff, volunteers and people who access our services.”

Robin Beales, facilities manager at Proserv, said: “Helping the communities within which we work is a priority for Proserv as a whole so we are delighted to be able to assist such a worthwhile charity.”

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