At Warrior Doors our commitment to the wider community is a cornerstone of our company’s ethos. We pride ourselves in keeping communities safe and secure behind our doors. However, we firmly believe that we should provide support in other ways too.
Take a look at some of the community projects we support and are involved in.
Africa Equip is a non-profit charitable organisation supplying students in Swaziland and other Africa countries with educational materials and resources.
Warrior Doors have supported Africa Equip for over 20 years. It is important to us that students have resources they need for their studies. The equipment we donate includes desks, braille books and toys. We then send them over to Africa Equip’s project partners in Africa.
Africa Equip’s primary objective is to enable students to go to school while creating local job prospects.
We are raising money to support the brave nurses and medical staff battling against the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic. As a company we have decided to raise money to support the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham Charity. The money will specifically go to Ward 516, the hospital’s respiratory ward.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham does great work supporting patients, families and hospital staff through providing ‘added extras’. These extras include items which cannot be provided by the NHS directly. However, they make a huge difference to a patient’s stay in hospital.
Warrior Doors has therefore set up a Just Giving page for the charity. So far we have raised over £3,000 including Gift Aid donations.
Chasetown Community School is a primary school in Staffordshire catering for students with learning disabilities. Sadly, Chasetown school were victims to a string of break-ins and burglaries.
Stolen in the burglaries were a series of customized tablets for the pupils. Furthermore, this was in addition to all the money the students had raised for that year’s Poppy Appeal. After hearing the terrible news, Warrior Doors wanted to do what it could to keep the Chasetown Community School secure for the future.
We donated a set of high-security doors, in addition to building them a special set of security cabinets. The cabinets were to keep the students’ specialist IT equipment safe and secure.