Following on from the continuing donations of Buckinghamshire Building Society to local charities via its close relationship with Heart of Bucks, the staff of the Society have made a further direct donation of £430, this time to the Bucks Coronavirus Stabilisation Fund.
Claire Askham recently joined the Buckinghamshire Building Society, as our new Key Account Manager, North of England. This is a new role for the Society, and will help to build and grow our intermediary mortgage business in the North of England.
Pace children’s charity in Aylesbury was awarded a charitable donation of £6,000 from the Society at the AGM. This will help them to continue to deliver their life-changing work during this difficult time.
Our 2020 Annual General Meeting (AGM) was held at our Head Office at Buckinghamshire Building Society, High Street, Chalfont St Giles, Buckinghamshire, HP8 4QB on Wednesday 22 April 2020, following the latest Government advice and restrictions on social gatherings.
Buckinghamshire Building Society has made a £2,500 donation to the Heart of Bucks Coronavirus Response Appeal which launched last month. The appeal was set up to support people and charities in Buckinghamshire who are most affected and vulnerable at this time of crisis.
We enjoyed meeting lots of small businesses and charities from across the region and appreciated visitors taking the time to come and speak to us. We hope that attendees and exhibitors found the day as worthwhile and informative as we did.
Buckinghamshire Building Society is delighted to have awarded a grant to the Chalfont St Giles Memorial Hall Trust Committee to install WiFi and to connect via Wi-fi all the fire alarms to selected mobile phones which will trigger a phone alert in case of fire.
We were pleased to offer our support to our village's annual Lighting Event on November 30th. There was a fantastic turnout of local children and residents to see the christmas tree lit up and the opportunity to visit Santa's Grotto.
As part of our Volunteer Days our fabulous savings team have been out this week selling poppies for the Royal British Legion. James Palmer and his nephew had a very sucessful morning collecting in Amersham.