Vital Puts Its trust In Charity Of The Year
Vital Puts It’s trust In Charity Of The Year
Vital Services Group, the parent company of international IT, HR, engineering and call centre recruitment specialists, Vital Solutions, has appointed its latest charity partnership for 2012/13 - youth charity, The Prince’s Trust.
The Prince’s Trust helps disadvantaged young people get into work, training or education through a number of personal development and employment programmes. Vital has signed up to the Prince’s Trust North West Leadership Group, which is a network of like-minded, successful business leaders who are keen to help create the next generation of young entrepreneurs.
Vital Solutions is a market-leading recruitment consultancy specialising in professional and technical personnel.
Mohammed Ajaz, director of Vital Solutions, explains why the company chose the charity: “We want to do as much as we can to provide opportunities for young people and The Prince’s Trust represents the perfect partner for us,” he said.
“The charity has exceptional support and respect from individuals and businesses across the UK and has done some fantastic work over the past 36 years to help and rehabilitate young people who, for whatever reason, need a helping hand to get their lives back on track.
“Our decision to support The Prince’s Trust is part of our ongoing commitment to investing in the communities we operate in and we are aiming to capitalise on every opportunity to raise the much needed funds for the charity.
The charity partnership was announced to Vital’s workforce on Thursday (28 June 2012) when Eleanor Wotherspoon, head of private sector fundraising at The Prince’s Trust was welcomed along with young ambassador Hilary Harris, 25, to the company’s Salford head office.
Eleanor Wotherspoon said: “We are thrilled that Vital has chosen us as its charity of the year. There is a clear link between the company’s business activities and the work we do as a trust and this partnership will enable us to help many more of the region’s hardest to reach young people.”