Phoenix Natural Gas has been fuelling community connections with three local events supported by the Phoenix Natural Gas Building Back Together Fund which has been launched to help fuel community engagement by offering a financial boost to bring communities back together.
Over the last week, the Phoenix Natural Gas Building Back Together Fund has supported:
Young people from Crossgar Youth Club to come together and take part in a range of fitness activities while learning about the importance of making healthy choices.
- A Family Fun Day at Castle Park in Newcastle, providing additional entertainment for the children and families who attended.
- The Gallaun Residents Association ‘Day of Celebration’ marking the progress the community has made in the last year to improve their local community.
Having made connection to the natural gas network possible for East Down residents and business in recent years, Phoenix Natural Gas continues to develop connections across the community, as Jonathan Martindale, Director of Business Development at Phoenix Natural Gas explains:
“We’re delighted to continue growing community connections as we develop our network across East Down. There are many local groups doing great work to help reduce social isolation and bring people back together we’re pleased that the Building Back Together Fund is enabling them to do it in a safe and inclusive way.”
Open now, the Phoenix Building Back Together Fund welcomes applications from community groups and organisations big and small across the Phoenix Natural Gas licence area who can present a covid safe community event plan for delivery before the 30th September 2021.
Further information on The Phoenix Natural Gas Building Back Together Fund is available at: https://www.phoenixnaturalgas.com/buildingbacktogether
If you have any questions or queries about The Phoenix Natural Gas Building Back Together Fund contact: Gillian.firstname.lastname@example.org
Caption: Gillian Orr, Communications Manager, Phoenix Natural Gas, Councillors John Trainor and Oonagh Hanlon and Maya Goodfellow, chair of the Gallaun Residents Association at the Gallaun Residents Association Celebration event, supported by the Phoenix Natural Gas Building Back Together Fund.