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The Masterserve Foundation exists to raise charitable donations from members of the Masterserve Network and Holman will distribute these donations to regional charities related to Social Aid and Development, and Healthcare.

In Quarter 4 we agreed to nominate homeless charities in the locations of the committee members.

Doorway - £1500.00

About the Charity

We believe that homeless and marginalised individuals are capable of change and will only achieve their full potential when offered a safe, supportive, empowering and non-judgemental environment – it is our vision to provide such an environment and meaningful activities which will help reverse the spiral of homelessness.

The Nomination

Leanna Gardner (left) from Holman presenting the cheque to Lisa Lewis from Doorway, on a freezing cold day in December 2017.

Caring in Bristol - £1500.00

About the Charity

Caring in Bristol is an effective local charity working to deliver support to homeless and vulnerable people in Bristol 365 days a year.

We are striving to create a society where everyone has a home, has hope and is a part of their community.

We deliver projects around homelessness that engage an amazing community of volunteers to bring people together to make change happen.

The Nomination

John Barks (left) from Masters Garage in Bristol is seen presenting the cheques on behalf of The Masterserve Foundation.

Coffeee4Craig - £1500.00

About the Charity

Coffee4Craig aims to end homelessness entirely and has been working to improve the situation for people who experience homelessness in Manchester and Cardiff since 2013. They offer non-judgemental advice and dignified services to anyone who needs it.

Coffee4Craig started in 2013 by giving out hot drinks and donations then began hosting ‘street kitchens’ three nights a week. They have gone from strength to strength and now run an indoors out-of-hours drop-in centre in collaboration with Centre Point North. They offer a five-nightly provision with extended sessions every Saturday and Sunday. They also run a food bank from Salford, and are involved in many networks and advocacy efforts across the city, such as the Manchester Homelessness Partnership. They continue to support the homelessness community in Cardiff too (which Craig was a part of).

The Nomination

Jan Lord (right) presenting the cheques to members of the Coffee4Craig Team.


About the Charity

St Luke's Gas ran a Night Shelter before Christmas in partnership with a group of other churches in the Birmingham area to provide shelter and food to the homeless over the Christmas period. Additionally, the church runs The Light Project which reaches out to vulnerable women in the city.

The Nomination

Tim Guidotti from Ferdotti Garage and John Barks (right) from Masters Garage present the cheque to St Lukes Gas Street.