The Crane Fund for Widows and Children has awarded Sparkle with a donation of $5,000

Sparkle has been selected as one of the 14 local charities to receive a significant donation of $5,000 at the Crane ChemPharma & Energy building in Cwmbran.

Crane Maintenance Technician William Eynon recommended Sparkle to receive a Crane Fund donation as his son Zachary attends Sparkle leisure activities.

William said:

"Sparkle is a great support to our family, and I am delighted to recommend this charity and recognise the great work of the Sparkle team that encourage Zachary to reach his full potential."

Senior HR Generalist Alicia Newman commented:

"It is an honour to work for a company with such focus on philanthropy and community. It is so rewarding to see the great work our nominated charities continue to provide for those who rely on their services."

We are grateful to The Crane Fund for supporting us through its very kind donation. This money will help fund a range of leisure clubs and activities for children and young people with complex needs.

Photo L-R: Ian Edwards (Sparkle), Alexander Eynon, William & Zachary Eynon./p>