Charities and community groups across Staffordshire who need help with their projects are being asked to get in touch with Stone-based business Planned Office Interiors.
The interiors specialist is pledging 40 hours of time to charities, community groups and organisations who could benefit from their help to mark their 40th anniversary in business this year.
The company, which was formed in 1977, provides all aspects of office refurbishment from design and installation to maintenance and modernisation across the UK.
Planned Office Interiors has clients across a variety of sectors including schools, manufacturing, healthcare, leisure and professional services. They include NFU Mutual, Zurich and Stafford Borough Council and over the last four decades the company has grown its workforce to a team of 16 and seen turnover increase to more than £4.2 million.
Richard Simpson, director of Planned Office Interiors, took over the reins at the company in April 2015 having begun there in a sales management role in 2009.
He said: “It’s a great achievement to be in business 40 years and I have to thank our loyal clients, our great suppliers and not least the team we have here at Planned Office Interiors, several of whom have been with us for many years.
“Rather than have a party or event to celebrate this special year, we decided we wanted to put something back into the area by offering the support of our skilled team to local projects.
“Because we carry out complete commercial refurbishment projects we have access to tradesmen including joiners, electricians, plasterers, painters, so I hope lots of local charities will come forward and take full advantage of their skills.”
Any local groups or charities interested in pitching their project to Planned Office Interiors is asked to get in touch via email direct to Pauline Simpson at email@example.com by Friday July 7th.
Anyone interested in finding out more about the services Planned Office Interiors provides can log on to plannedofficeinteriors.co.uk or call them on 01785 817114.