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Knauf Insulation donates materials to charity project

Knauf Insulation, in partnership with CRASH – the construction and property industry’s charity for homeless people – has donated materials to a project undertaken by performing arts charity, Cardboard Citizens.

Knauf Insulation donates materials to charity project

The manufacturer of insulation products donated eight pallets of 100mm Rocksilk Universal Slab to provide new fit for purpose premises for the charity, including rehearsal space and offices.

Established in 1991, Cardboard Citizens uses theatre combined with support as a catalyst for personal and social change in homeless people’s lives, through theatrical performances, performing art workshops and personalised advice and guidance.

Lisa Caughey from Cardboard Citizens, said: “Our new premises means that for the first time we will have a purpose-built workshop and rehearsal space, as well as offices and private rooms where we can provide advice and guidance to our members. Without the help from CRASH and the support from organisations such as Knauf Insulation, we would not have been able to make this dream come true.”

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