Kingsman Executive Office Suites have lent their support to the Les Amis charity, offering them free use of their serviced office space and facilities to ease the pressures that have arisen as a result of Covid-19. The company has selected Les Amis as their only chosen charity, becoming a corporate partner and committing to support the charity through this uncertain period.
Tatianny MacKenzie, Customer Services Director at Kingsman, said: “We have very close ties to Les Amis and were therefore aware of all the hard work they do to bring such a vital service to our island. During this challenging time, we reached out to see how we could offer the charity support and they were keen to make use of our office space. We hope this will become the start of a great mutual partnership.”
Les Amis are now able to host their board and management meetings at Kingsman’s suite of managed office spaces, as well as providing safe workspaces to members of staff who do not have the available facilities to work from home.
Jason Loveless, Head of Support Services at Les Amis said: “The support of Kingsman has come at such a crucial time for us and to be able to access a safe space when many of our staff members are still working from home or struggling to maintain social distancing is worth its weight in gold. The struggle of lockdown goes on for us at Les Amis with many vulnerable residents and team members working from home, so we are incredibly grateful to Kingsman for their support.
“Corporate sponsorship needn’t always take the form of financial aid and I think this is a great time for all businesses to look at what they could offer local charities, either through volunteer work or practical services.”
Kingsman have seen a rise in popularity for their services since the Covid-19 pandemic as more workplaces look to offer their staff flexibility and reduce overheads on permanent rented offices. The offices in Kingsman all comply with the Government’s guidance on managing the risk of transmission from Covid-19.