Wirral project saves money using Recipro to source materials

posted 01.11.2012
One of the best things about working for Recipro is all the great community projects and charities we’re able to meet and help out.

Recently we were able to help out a great new project who were kind enough to provide us with a testimonial, so we though we’d share it with all our users.

The Revival Hub is a newly formed social enterprise developed to support young women who may be lacking in confidence and self esteem.

Recently they took on the lease of large premises through the empty shops fund and are currently refurbishing it. They intend to create a lively and active centre for young women to meet and feel valued and encouraged to contribute to society through new education and training opportunities, starting new businesses and creating a platform for individuals to achieve their full potential.

Rachel Millard – Revival Hub – “Recipro has allowed us to source quality materials we need to complete our refurbishment; the service has proved invaluable in reducing our costs. The Recipro staff has been helpful and supportive, we hope to continue to use Recipro for the foreseeable future”

We were able to provide a variety of materials to help kick start the project including ceiling tiles, interior doors, a kitchen sink as well as other bits and bobs they required.

If you’re a charity or community project in need of cheap construction materials, come and visit ReciproCity Wirral. We have an open day every Thursday when you can just pop in or if you’d like to make an appointment please email communities@recipro-uk.com. The address of the ReciproCity is below.

ReciproCity Wirral
Unit 5 New Way Business Park
Oakdale Road
Wallasey
CH44 7HT

 

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