B&M Waste urges businesses to take a ‘Step’ in the right direction


Wirral waste company B&M Waste Services is assisting children’s charity Stick ‘n’ Step with a pledge of £4,000. This is in addition to supporting the charity by covering the costs for waste disposal at its centre in Wallasey.

Stick ‘n’ Step provides free conductive education sessions to children with cerebral palsy. The charity’s support improves mobility, independence and boosts self-confidence, enabling every child to reach their personal potential. Stick ‘n’ Step is a charity that relies entirely on grants as well as community and business support to fund its £400,000 annual running costs.

Neil Curtis, Managing Director at B&M Waste Services said “After finding out more about the fantastic support Stick ‘n’ Step gives to children with cerebral palsy and their families we offered our support. It is also the case that some children who attend Stick ‘n’ Step also benefit from the services at Claire House Children’s Hospice – one of our nominated charities. We’re proud to be able to help and we would like to urge even more businesses to get involved with supporting this wonderful charity.”

Amy Couture, Chief Executive of Stick ‘n’ Step, said “B&M’s wonderful generosity will cover the cost of a child using our facilities and services for a whole year. We are so grateful to the company for this further boost to its on-going support.”



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