Broadway Partners announces charity partnership with homeless charity Llamau


Broadway Partners is an award-winning telecoms company providing quality broadband to rural parts of the United Kingdom. During the coronavirus pandemic, Broadway Partners wanted to find a way that they could support those most vulnerable in their community, and reached out to Llamau about ways they could support their work. As a broadband provider, Broadway Partners understand the importance of connecting people and communities together, and are particularly aligned to help young people access education, employment and training through Learning 4 Life and Symud Ymlaen Moving Forward. These projects are essential in ensuring young people can develop the skills and confidence they need to achieve their potential and build an independent future for themselves. Michael Armitage, CEO of Broadway Partners said: “Charities across the country have seen a huge reduction in funds and it’s important for us as a business to aid local organisations that are doing vital work to support those in need. At our core, we’ve always been committed to ‘connecting the unconnected’ – specialising in those parts of the country that are typically forgotten by the larger broadband providers. It was important therefore for us to choose a charity that really embodies our values as a business. With this new partnership, we’re commitment to supporting Welsh communities, creating work placements, and employing a local workforce.” Joy Stanley, Corporate and Community Fundraiser at Llamau: “At Llamau, we are daring to imagine a world without homelessness. It’s a big ambition, and to some it may seem impossible, but we know that homelessness is not inevitable, it really doesn’t have to exist. We truly believe that if we all work together, we can make a world without homelessness a reality. In the current pandemic, the people we support need our services now more than ever. We are thrilled to be working with Broadway Partners, an organisation which is dedicated to improving the economy and life in rural Wales, to ensure that those who need our support are still able to receive it in spite of Coronavirus.”

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