Chartway Group is a Kent-based development and construction group providing services to deliver improved communities and environments.
Chartway Construction provides a complete design and build service for delivering quality homes people want to live in, regardless of the scale or complexity of the project.
Westerhill Homes is a private market brand with a single mission – to deliver quality housing developments in Kent, homes that people are proud to call home.
Westerhill In Partnership specialises in land aquisition, planning, full project management and sales on large joint venture residential schemes
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Proudly supporting a local Homeless Charity
Wednesday 23rd October 2019
We are proud to be supporting The Day Centre, run by Maidstone charity Homeless Care.
The centre supports the local homeless community by providing on-site shower and laundry facilities, continental breakfasts and hot and cold lunches. Computers, phones, and phone chargers are all available to help with job searching and online applications. A variety of medical and well-being professionals visit daily and weekly.
Open on weekdays, and clients can access support for various health concerns and practical help such as writing a CV or applying for a job. The centre relies heavily on donations to operate throughout the year.
Chartway Group provides weekly deliveries from a local butcher, currently, milk and eggs, which help the on-site chef prepare nutritious meals. Staff at Chartway Group are also helping with donations of toiletries, non-perishable food and clothes.
‘We are happy to support such a valuable local charity. It seems fitting that as we are building new homes, we are giving back to help people who are less fortunate’ says Ian Savage, CEO at Chartway Group.
Zofia Grzymala, Manager at Homeless Care, says ‘We are very grateful to Chartway for the ongoing support of our work in Homeless Care. Extra resources are enabling us to better support homeless people in Maidstone’