After another successful turnout of voters in the Beverley Building Society branch, the September Charity of the Month has been announced as the Daisy Appeal. Established since 2000, the Daisy Appeal has built an £8m research centre and the £4.5m Jack Brignall PET-CT Scanning Centre which are both based at the Castle Hill Hospital Site. The aim of the charity is to fund research, equipment and facilities in order to…
Beverley Building Society’s Charity of the Month initiative produces another local charity group winner, the Cherry Tree Community Centre.
Located on Cherry Tree Lane in Beverley, the group works with those in the community struggling with varying degrees of poverty.
Pupils at Molescroft Primary School in Beverley were invited to take part in the Beverley Building Society Red Box Challenge.
Based on the paperclip challenge, where a Canadian blogger bartered his way from a single paperclip to owning a property in just fourteen trades, the pupils took the Society’s red money boxes home to swap for different items with friends and family.
The Beverley Building Society has named their Charity of the Month for April, which was voted for by their members who visited the branch.
It was confirmed that the British Heart Foundation, who operates a store on Toll Gavel in the centre Beverley, who were the winners and received a generous donation of £250.
The final celebrations of Beverley Building Society’s 150th Anniversary will take place on 27 June with a garden party. To mark the occasion the Society will bury a time capsule. Local residents are invited to include an item that will be uncovered in 2067.
The time capsule will be buried on the premises, containing various items including a passbook, documents and photographs. The Society is appealing to members of the public to help fill it with objects that future generations will find interesting.
Zoe Fisher helped to improve the University of Hull’s employability statistics when she gained a new marketing role at Beverley Building Society, just a few weeks after graduation.
A ‘hauntingly’ good Halloween treasure hunt is being held in Beverley during next week’s half-term, with a whole host of prizes to be won.
Downright Special, a local charity founded in Hull and East Yorkshire, win the Beverley Building Society’s charity of the month for September 2016.
Canine Partners has been voted Beverley Building Society’s charity of the month for July by its members. The charity will receive £250 donation on behalf of the Society.