Firm is raising the roof with vital charity donations

Martin-Brooks' directors provide donations to six local charities. Left to right: Martin-Brooks' John Elmore, Julia Conlan-Greaves of MS Therapy Centre, Ronald Westwood of Sheffield Talking News, Barry Hancock from the Rowan School, Ralph Dickens of St Vincent's Furniture Scheme, Gerald Brooks and Jeremy Martin from Martin-Brooks, Sylvia Dunkley of the Rowan School, Jonny Cole of Cavendish Cancer Care and Jo Hall from Amy's Retreat.
Martin-Brooks' directors provide donations to six local charities. Left to right: Martin-Brooks' John Elmore, Julia Conlan-Greaves of MS Therapy Centre, Ronald Westwood of Sheffield Talking News, Barry Hancock from the Rowan School, Ralph Dickens of St Vincent's Furniture Scheme, Gerald Brooks and Jeremy Martin from Martin-Brooks, Sylvia Dunkley of the Rowan School, Jonny Cole of Cavendish Cancer Care and Jo Hall from Amy's Retreat.
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Roofing specialist Martin-Brooks has put a smile on the faces of six small charities after donating £5,000.

The firm held a presentation lunch at its headquarters in Darnall to hand over the cash from its 25th anniversary.

Those benefiting from the money are Amy’s Retreat, Catcliffe MS Therapy Centre, Cavendish Cancer Care, Sheffield Talking News, St Vincent’s Furniture Scheme and The Rowan School for children with speech, language and communication difficulties.

Martin-Brooks director John Elmore said: “Our fundraising efforts have highlighted what a difference support from the local business community can make to the very smallest charities.”