Help Bristol's Homeless
We teamed up with one of the country’s most prominent housebuilding companies for a community video showcasing its efforts in the city of Bristol!
Founded by businessman and philanthropist Steve Morgan in 1974, Redrow PLC is today one of the largest companies in the UK, with the firm listed on the London Stock Exchange and a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index.
Redrow has been able to grow as a company partly due to the work of its graduates – young people enrolled on the graduate schemes offered by the firm across the country.
The team at Redrow got in touch with us to ask if we could help them highlight the fantastic work some of its graduates had done in collaboration with the ‘Help Bristol’s Homeless’ initiative in the city itself.
A non-profit social enterprise, ‘Help Bristol’s Homeless’ was founded by Jasper Thompson to assist in changing the face of homelessness in the city.
One way the programme was doing this was the conversion of shipping containers into places to live for those without homes, so we travelled down to Bristol to capture how Redrow’s graduates were helping the initiative with this very task!
In our two minute community video – which you can watch above – we showcase the hard work the graduates put in for this project, and capture their thoughts on what they’d been doing and its positive impact on the local community.
We also hear from Jasper Thompson and Clare Hindley – New Entrants Programme Manager at Redrow – in the video, and conclude with some fantastic shots of how the converted container looked at the conclusion of everybody’s hard work.
Our thanks go to the team at Redrow for inviting us to see their graduates’ fantastic work!
For more on ‘Help Bristol’s Homeless’, visit its website.
For more on Redrow, visit its website here
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