For the third year running, London based Supercity Aparthotels is donating suites to Crisis at Christmas volunteers over the festive period. Ten complimentary suites will be available across the portfolio, for those working in the capital’s shelters during the annual charity event.
In addition to supporting Crisis’ Christmas campaign, the family-run aparthotel group will be donating funds to the national charity for single homeless people, raised by a collection box for guests and staff throughout December.
Alexis Burton, Supercity Aparthotels MD, said: “Crisis volunteers give up their Christmases to help those less fortunate, so we’re so pleased to be able to offer them a welcoming place to stay while they do such valuable work. Crisis is a charity we support throughout the year and we look forward to maintaining this relationship.”
Ian Richards, head of Crisis at Christmas, added: “London sits at the heart of Crisis at Christmas, with 8,000 volunteers set to help almost 4,000 homeless people in the capital. We rely on the generous support of others to make it happen, which is why we’re so delighted to have Supercity Aparthotels on board for a third year.”
Supercity Aparthotels has three locations in London – Templeton Place and Nevern Place in Earl’s Court, and The Rosebery in Clerkenwell. For more information, visit www.supercityuk.com.