Charity and Community
As a business we think it’s really important to play an active role in our local community and give something back. We are committed to making a positive impact in the area around us, and are proud to have supported a number of local groups and charitable organisations, as detailed below.
Charity of the Year 2019/20
We are pleased to announce that for 2019/2020 we will be supporting the NGS Macmillan Wellbeing Centre based at Southmead hospital, Bristol.
The NGS Macmillan Wellbeing Centre is there to support anyone affected by cancer, including the family of anyone affected.
This charity is very close to ACC’s hearts as we have been affected by this terrible disease and we look forward to making a positive impact and helping this very worthy cause with monthly donations.
Charity of the Year 2018/19
As a business we strongly believe in supporting the community and fundraising for local causes, and as such our chosen charity for 2018/19 was Great Western Air Ambulance Charity (GWAAC).
Charity of the Year 2017/18
Jessie May a local charity which provide hospice at home care and support for terminally ill children and young people who are not expected to live beyond the age of 19, as well as their families.
Festival of Youth Dance
ACC are pleased to have been able to support budding young dancers from St Michaels Primary School in Winterbourne with the cost of their costumes for the Festival of Youth Dance. The festival took place at Abbeywood School in February 2017 and sees a number of local schools coming together to perform as part of a dance show.
Winterbourne United football team
We have sponsored Winterbourne United’s under 9s, a local football team in South Gloucestershire.
The squad are part of the Hanham Minor League and the sponsorship helped towards the cost of training equipment and kits for the team.
2016 and 2017
NGS Macmillan Wellbeing Centre
For the last few years we have decided not to send Christmas cards to our customers, but make a donation to the NGS Macmillan Wellbeing Centre at Southmead Hospital in Bristol instead.
2016 and 2017