Twenty two year old Demi, a single parent, joined the Foundation in February 2016 following a recommendation by InterServe – one of our valued community partners who identify suitable candidates for training and employment.
Top team: TRFC celebrates Sunday Times Best Small Companies to Work For 2016
Our first fab award nominations of 2017 have seen The Right Fuelcard Company (TRFC), who runs our Foundation, shortlisted in two categories of TheBusinessDesk Business Masters Awards – Small Business and Employer.
The Small Business award recognises a business in the region that has demonstrated outstanding development and growth in performance. The Employer category celebrates a company that is “great to work for” – which might include a commitment to training and development.
As our fab foundation continues to go from strength-to-strength, we are very excited to welcome our latest recruit, ex-Royal Engineer, Ryan Hartle. We caught up with Leeds lad, Ryan, 19, who gave us the inside track on his exciting first week as a data inputter with our busy team.
We’re delighted to nominate Leeds Children’s Charity as our adopted charity for another year – because of its inspirational work to bring laughter into the lives of 7-11 year olds hailing from some of the most deprived areas in Leeds.
Our designated charity creates happy childhood memories for the neediest of families, with a fun-filled, week-long break.
The lively team at our foundation is all fired up and ready to go as we look forward to another exciting year.
With a dynamic series of developments and success stories already underway, we’ll be revealing the details in future blogs – so keep coming back to find out more!
The busy, buzzing first week of 2017 has seen us continue to be called on by the media for comment and opinion – with TRFC business director, Adam Walsh, invited to give his business predictions for the popular business publication Business Link.