Telecoms specialist Xi Communications has donated £500 to Harrogate Homeless Project after launching a partnership scheme with the charity earlier this year.
The firm, which is based in Windsor House in Harrogate, supplies and manages cloud telephony, broadband and mobile contracts for local businesses.
It has pledged to donate £30 for every new local business phone line, broadband circuit or mobile connection that is ordered or transferred to Xi.
The £500 donation is the first payment under the scheme, which was launched to mark Harrogate Homeless Project’s 30th anniversary, which is being celebrated this year.
Tony Mellor of Xi Communications said: “We have enjoyed getting to know the team at Harrogate Homeless Project over the past few months and learning more about the incredible work they do in our community, supporting people who are facing homelessness, addiction, poor mental health, and food poverty.
“Harrogate Homeless Project is there for people who have nowhere else to turn and we are proud to be supporting the charity on behalf of our customers through this unique partnership.”
Francis McAllister, CEO of Harrogate Homeless Project, said: “We can’t thank Martin and Tony of Xi Communications enough for their sustained financial commitment to HHP.
“Support from local businesses like Xi and the wider community allows us to provide a range of services to people experiencing homelessness and tailored support to help them move forward to sustaining their own tenancy and being part of the community again. an independent future.”