News: PVL Supports Open House

Posted on 23rd July 2019

PVL continues its support for Crawley Open House, a local charity which helps people suffering the effects of homelessness, unemployment, loneliness and discrimination. The charity has recently appealed for clothing and food items to support their work and PVL were delighted to welcome Ian Wilkins, Fundraising and Relationships Manager, to its offices in Victoria Way on Friday to handover their donation.


This follows the recent Run Gatwick half-marathon challenge, completed in May by PVL CEO, Nick Broom, which raised £1,500 for the charity.


If you’d like to support Crawley Open House, please visit their website to see a list of the items that they currently need:


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"Regular, well organised events, excellent updates and information by email along with a warm welcome from the Chair and Coordinator are just some of the positives at BHBPA."

Mike Oliver, Owner
(Mike Oliver Associates)

"“We have been members of BHBPA from its inception, and seen the organisation steadily grow and expand into the dynamic entity it is today, bringing positive benefits to all its members.""

Peter Hook, Manager
(Computer Systems Engineers)

"As the local hospice for the area, it’s great that we receive so much support from the BHBPA. Last year the members raised an amazing £2150 through activities such as Bake Off and the BHBiz Awards. Each well planned members meeting enables good networking opportunities and speakers that are relevant to the present climate and local issues. We are proud to be members of BHBPA."

Wendy Agate, Community Fund Raising Manager
(St Peter & St James Hospice)

"This association was started with a lot of effort from a few local businessmen and has proved to be a very powerful and useful tool for our business. The BHBPA has influence at the top level; when action is needed, the BHBPA gets it done. We are kept in touch with all that is happening on our doorstep and will often act because of what is published in the weekly emails / newsletters."

Steve Mooney
(Steven Mooney Machinery)