A MULTI-award-winning Oswestry-based construction company has chosen a Shropshire cancer charity as a partner for 2022.

Surrender yourself. of Knickin, chose Severn Hospice as its Charity of the Year, which also makes it the company’s recipient charity, making it the recipient of funds that can strengthen the support it provides.

Each year, the company selects an organization to support, with beneficiaries including Cure Leukaemia, The Harry Johnson Trust and the Midlands Air Ambulance Charity.

Managing Director Steve Owen said playing his role in the community is a vital part of the company’s work.

He said: “Supporting charities and good causes across the regions we work in is central to our business model, we are committed to giving back as much as possible to our communities.

“Severn Hospice is an extremely large charity and provides specialist care and support to families in Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin and Mid-Wales, the central areas of Pave Aways, and it is an organization which is close to the heart of a lot of our team. . ”

Fundraising for the association will take place throughout the year through various corporate events such as raffles, sponsored activities and the annual Christmas party.

In addition to fundraising events, Pave Away will offer its employees two paid work days each year to perform charitable work.

Pave Aways Christmas 2021 raffle raised £ 5,065 for Severn Hospice, while other fundraising events are planned for later in 2022, such as a skydive sponsored by members of the Sabrina team Davies and Emma Yarwood.

Jessica Druce, Severn Hospice area fundraiser, said: “We are delighted that Pave Aways has chosen us as the Charity of the Year.

“This is a very well established and respected Shropshire company and their support is very important to us.

“To be recognized by them for the work we do and the vital support we provide is wonderful.

“We know that we will have a great relationship with them during this year, thanks to their very generous donations and fundraisers and we are also looking forward to hearing more about their brand new paid charity initiative.”