New Support for Henshaws Means Business

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Henshaws has welcomed a number of new corporate supporters to its Henshaws Means Business programme, including Hunters, VocaLink and Barclays Bank.

The businesses have pledged to help the , which provides a range of educational, residential, day-care and community services support for visually impaired and disabled people of all ages, with wide-ranging fund raising and promotional activities during 2011.

Henshaws Means Business has provided wide-ranging services such as visual impairment awareness training, disability etiquette training and disability advice and

consultancy since its launch in March 2009.

Supporters include hlw Commercial Lawyers and the , York & North Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce.

Henshaws Yorkshire CEO Caroline Smale said: “It’s tremendous that we’re

being approached by more companies who understand the business benefits of

embarking on a corporate social responsibility programme.”

Taking CSR on board: Hunters managing director Kevin Hollinrake

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