Can we help?

Within the limits of available funds, we like to support worthy causes in the communities where we operate.

 

 

Can we help?

The Rugby area has featured strongly amongst more than £2.25m worth of community donations from CEMEX-related sources over recent years.

Through the CEMEX Foundation the company has recently donated £10,000 to three community projects in Marton and Long Itchington, the home of the ‘Southam’ quarry. In Rugby itself, CEMEX is once again sponsoring the Advertiser Business Awards and is the principal sponsor of the town’s Jubilee celebrations at the beginning of June.

The Rugby Group Benevolent Fund, an independent charity with close links to the company, has made a series of further grants to help community causes in the local area.

Long Lawford Cricket Club is to receive £9,000 towards purchase of its ground at the Sheaf and Sickle and the initiative known as Futures Unlocked at HMP Onley near Rugby will receive £30,000 for a project that seeks to address the urgent need to help people coming out of prison to improve their life chances and to break the cycle of re-offending.

The fund has also provided two grants of £5,000 each to churches at Hillmorton and Marton.

You can find out more here.


Contact Information

To make a comment or for further information please contact Mark Kelly at planninggb@cemex.com.