Moto in the Community Trust, the charitable arm of Moto Hospitality, the UK’s leading motorway service area provider, has made a donation of £1,000 to The Cascade Foundation.
The donation will enable our Cascade Foundation mentors to teach and support even more learners who have dyslexia, head injury or other learning difficulties and support them into employment or volunteering.
Commenting on the donation, Jackie Hewitt-Main OBE, chief executive and founder of The Cascade Foundation said: “I can’t thank the Moto in the Community Trust team enough for this invaluable donation to Cascade. It will help us transform the lives of a wide variety of individuals who come to us for our unique and highly effective method of sensory learning.
“Many people we work with have been out of work for several years, including Edwin who came to collect the cheque with us. He hasn’t had a job for five years after struggling with his reading & writing. Within a matter of weeks of being mentored by the Cascade team he has found a job and is a totally different person – he’s got his confidence back and is very happy to be once more making a contribution to society.”
A spokesman for Moto in the Community Trust said: “Our charity was established to help make a difference to the lives of people who live in the areas around our network of motorway service areas. Each of our sites has chosen a local charity to support so we were delighted to help The Cascade Foundation, which is the chosen charity of staff at our Doncaster site.”