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B&M Waste Services attend Frost Foundation’s Bellagio Britannia Ball to help disadvantaged children across Greater Manchester

B&M Waste Services, a family run, Carbon Neutral waste management company, aim to support the local communities in which they operate. The latest Manchester-based charity to collaborate with the business is The Frost Foundation.

The charity is established to help children who are disadvantaged by illness, circumstance or lack of funding. The aim is to support children and teenagers in the Greater Manchester area with specialised pieces of equipment to help them live their lives to the full. The charity will never give cash or vouchers, only items that the children will benefit from having to make their lives easier.

Frost Foundation, hold many events to fundraise, and having supported this event for the last 2 years, B&M Waste have once again supported the charity with this year’s Bellagio Britannia Ball at the Midland Hotel, in Manchester.

Guests, including employees from B&M enjoyed the show stopping entertainment, such as Dominic Halpin & the Honey B’s & Freak Dance . Former Manchester United and England footballer Bryan Robson was a guest and kindly donated a fabulous auction prize. The night also included delicious food and a charity raffle and auction. The successful evening raised a fantastic £18,000 for the Frost Foundation.

B&M Waste Services support the Frost Foundation, by donating items, sponsoring and attending their events, but also B&M have branded one of their trucks to promote the charity and help spread the word across Greater Manchester.

Wendy Veevers, Founder of the Frost Foundation Charity said ‘‘I’m grateful to be a part of such a generous company, I am really thankful for what B&M Waste are doing for the charity.’’

David Curtis, Director at B&M Waste Services commented “It’s always a pleasure to support the Frost Foundation and the Bellagio Ball success is testament to the hard work Wendy always puts in. We are proud to say that the Frost Foundation is our nominated Manchester charity”


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