CAP Care based in Wood Street help relieve the suffering caused by poverty in the Wakefield MDC and beyond. They provide practical support including food, clothing, furniture and not least of all friendship. Clients are signposted on to help with accommodation and opiate problems. Holroyd Miller is specifically helping Cap Care provide those individuals moving into accommodation by delivering a Home Movers Box.
The Home Movers Box contains everything a family will need to get up and running quickly. From tea, coffee, sugar, fruit juice, toilet rolls, and a range of cleaning products there will also be a number of specially selected offers and services from utility and DIY companies.
Simon Miller partner at Holroyd Miller says: “Cap Care provides a very valuable service in our District. They are a place of security for many individuals who find themselves in need of the most basic things that most of us all take for granted. We wanted to help and will continue to support Cap Care to ensure our local needy are not neglected.”
Cap Care received 12,806 client visits in 2011. They provided: 12,776 meals, 2799 issues of clothing, 376 issues of toiletries, 831 household items, 196 items of furniture in addition to providing showering facilities, referrals to other agencies and home start support.
Elisabeth Hibbert, co-founder and trustee of Cap Care says: “We do thank Holroyd Miller for their support and look forward to continuing to explore how they can continue to contribute to the work we do. It’s important for us that we receive assistance and support from local businesses as the need for our service is increasing every year. Last year we welcomed 232 new clients and I’m sure that figure will have risen for this year.”
The Holroyd Miller team is one of the most skilled, knowledgeable and dedicated integrated property specialists in the Dewsbury and Wakefield, who place a strong emphasis on setting industry standards and providing the best possible customer service to their clients.