BHT has secured a new corporate sponsor for its Greater Brighton Cycle Challenge fundraiser.
GRE Assets specialise in residential development and regeneration in strategic locations across the UK and Spain.
Michael El Kassir, from GRE Assets said “We are delighted to sponsor Brighton Housing Trust’s cycle event. GRE Assets is committed to supporting the communities we are involved in and believe that homelessness is a key issue in Brighton.
“BHT’s First Base Day Centre is a fantastic scheme and offers invaluable support to people who are homeless in the City, we are thrilled to be able to support it”.
Event Co-ordinator at BHT, Shelley Reed said: “We are thrilled that GRE Assets have joined our growing list of business sponsors. Their support enables us to provide vital services to some of the most vulnerable people in the city; those who are sleeping rough on our streets.
“GRE Assets are a new BHT sponsor and we hope this is the start of a long and mutually beneficial partnership.”
Local homeless charity, BHT, has teamed up with The Living Coast to create the Greater Brighton Cycle Challenge comprising three exciting cycling experiences.
The event is principally being held to raise money for BHT’s homeless day centre, First Base, but ride participants can choose to attract sponsorship donations for any charity of their choice. (The ride registration fee will go to First Base).
To support homeless people to move off the streets please register for the challenge by visiting www.bht.org.uk/about-the-greater-brighton-cycle-challenge/. Or, if you are a local business that can support in anyway please email firstname.lastname@example.org