Food Bank receives £4,000 donation from chemical company

INGEVITY UK Warrington has donated £4,000 to the Warrington Foodbank through its IngeviCares philanthropy program.

The presentation was made by Ingevity’s HR Assistant, Louise Clifton, to David McDonald, Foodbank chief executive.

Louise Clifton said “It is really pleasing to be able to support Warrington Food Bank

“They do a lot of great work in supporting our local community through the many support services they offer. It was great to meet David and his team to see first-hand the level of support they offer and the challenges they face.”

Ingevity is a global specialty chemical company with a site in Lower Walton, Warrington that employs 155 people.

Through the IngeviCares philanthropy program, the company donates a portion of revenue and volunteer time to local communities, providing budgets to all manufacturing locations to be used for plant-level funding tailored to each community.

David McDonald said: “We are really pleased to have been contacted by Ingevity UK and are very grateful for the kind donation of £4000. Their support allows us to fulfil our mission and continue to serve our community.”


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