Dronfield-based independent financial planners, Belmayne, have donated £6,000 to four local charities, with more on the way.
The firm has handed over the money raised through its Belmayne Foundation in the first half of this year to Helen’s Trust, Pathways of Chesterfield, FareShare Yorkshire and Nenna Kind.
Each organisation received an initial payment of £1,500 and the balance of its fundraising activities will be shared equally at the end of the year.
Due to the pandemic, Belmayne decided to support its 2020 charities for another 12 months and staff have completed a number of sponsored activities to raise funds on their behalf, including the Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge and the Five Dales Sportive.
Belmayne partner, Jon Stevens, said: “We are so pleased to see our nominated charities at last benefiting from our endeavours, after the pandemic curtailed efforts in 2020. They each support the community in which we operate and we know every donation received is put to incredibly good use. We have been working hard to keep up the fundraising momentum and are looking forward to delivering more good news at the end of the year.”
The Belmayne Foundation was established in 2019 to support small local charities that focus on health and wellbeing and provide relief for those in need.