Denbury Homes delivers over 120 Easter eggs to local foodbank 

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East Anglian housebuilder, Denbury Homes has collected more than 120 chocolate eggs and treats to help families in need this Easter. 

Josh Hayne, Ben Barker, and Sinead Benton from Denbury Homes (left to right)

The team at Denbury Homes rallied together to donate the eggs to Gatehouse Food Bank in Bury St Edmunds which is close to the company’s head office in Westley. Staff donations were matched by the company to deliver a truly egg-cellent total!

The donation means that even amidst financial challenges, children and families can still experience the delight of Easter.

Amanda Bloomfield, CEO of Gatehouse, an independent charity supports vulnerable people throughout East Anglia, providing three days of emergency food to those in need. Amanda Bloom, CEO at Gatehouse said: “We are delighted with Denbury Homes’ generous donation. What a lovely idea! With the current pressures on household budgets, it’s often the little luxuries that must be skipped. This thoughtful donation will brighten the Easter season for many families.”

Sara Raven, Director of Sales and Marketing at Denbury Homes (left) and Amanda Bloomfield, CEO of Gatehouse (right)

Gatehouse was among the ten charities shortlisted for a share of £20,000 in the Denbury Charitable Vote held in 2022, which supported Suffolk, Norfolk, and Cambridgeshire Community Foundations.

Sara Raven, Director of Sales and Marketing at Denbury Homes added: “We are thrilled at spreading some Easter joy and supporting families in our local area. We hope that our donation brings smiles to lots of faces this Easter!” 

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