Staff at Keighley-based PFF Group are donating Easter eggs to a charity for its annual children’s Easter egg hunt.
The chocolate treats are being collected by the food packaging company in time for the Easter egg hunt being organised by Rooted In, a charity which supports families across the Allerton district in Bradford.
Rooted In runs children’s groups to support disadvantaged families as well as projects providing skills to enable adults into work.
PFF Group’s finance director Rob Atkin is a trustee of the charity. He said: “Rooted In provides invaluable support in the community, meeting the needs of local people and helping them to make things more stable for themselves and their families.
“The Easter egg hunt is a great way for the community to interact and enjoy an event together and PFF Group is delighted to support the initiative.”
Rooted In chief executive officer Josiah Sulc said: “We are so pleased to be bringing back our children’s Easter egg hunt which is enjoyed by so many of the families we support. A big thank you goes to the staff at PFF Group for their generous Easter egg donations.”
Family-owned PFF Group is one of the UK’s largest independent food packaging manufacturers providing innovative packaging solutions to supermarkets, multi-national food manufacturers, food service and fresh produce companies across the UK.