Impact Sales Coaching strengthens their sense of contribution...
Building on their successful launch, Impact Sales Coaching are pushing along with their business plan by partnering with local charity, Black Country Foodbank (BCFB).
The sales training company will be volunteering their time and resources by supporting warehouse colleagues, parcel deliveries and food/financial donations.
The Black Country Foodbank, which started in 2006, provides 3 days’ worth of balanced food and toiletries to support families and individuals in crisis.
Through their central warehouse in Brierley Hill, 21 distribution centres around the Black Country and continued
community support BCFB provided 182,750 meals in 2017 (17,000 meals in 2016) and numbers are set
to rise again in 2018/19.
Speaking about the partnership, Jen Coleman said,
“Black Country Foodbank rely on the generosity of local schools, Churches, business, individuals and other organisations for all their food, toiletry and financial donations.
We are so pleased and honoured that Adam has chosen to support BCFB, we are looking forward to working together. Adam and Tammy have a heart for community and a passion to give and support however they can, thank you for all that you do.”
Black Country Foodbank
Adam Wootton (Impact Sales Coaching) had this to say,
“We have been personal supporters of the Black Country Foodbank for a few years and respect their mission
and values to support as many people as possible.
We have always had a strong sense of contribution and while it’s easy for a business to do the right thing
at the wrong time from a time/commercial perspective, it was a no-brainer to boost our support of this fantastic charity.
The Black Country Foodbank will remain our chosen charity and we look forward to working with them into the future”
If you also wish to support the Black Country Foodbank donations are welcome all year round,
particularly during the summer and winter months.
Further information can be found here.