Break is to be the 2019 charity partner for MENTA
MENTA has announced that its charity partner for 2019 is Break, a charity which has been supporting children, young people and families across Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire for over 50 years.
The charity works to help children in care and moving on, children with disabilities and families who need support.
During the summer of 2018, Break in partnership with Wild in Art delivered the hugely popular GoGoHares trail in Norfolk.
The trail attracted more than one million visitors and consisted of 50 city hares in Norwich with a further 18 county hares displayed in towns across Norfolk.
MENTA has invited Break to its networking events, Coffee Means Business in Haverhill, Woodbridge and Bury St Edmunds and during the year and the charity will exhibit at the MENTA Business Show on Tuesday, October 1 at The Apex, Bury St Edmunds.
CEO of MENTA, Alex Till said: “I’m delighted MENTA will be partnering with Break during 2019.
"They are providing vital services and support to those who really need it.”
Michael Rooney, head of commercial services at Break said: “We are thrilled to be working with MENTA as their charity partner for 2019.
"We look forward to raising awareness of how businesses, their staff and individuals can make a difference to vulnerable children’s lives by volunteering and fundraising for Break.”