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Visionary idea will benefit Albion Foundation

13 October 2014

Foundation set to receive donations

THE Albion Foundation is set to receive a number of donations courtesy of one man’s visionary idea.

Mark Murphy has been in the recruitment business for nearly three years and has recently set up his own recruitment firm, CGR Recruitment.

The unique aspect of Mark’s business however, is that for every individual that he recruits for businesses in the local area, 25% of the fee will be donated to The Albion Foundation.

In a competitive recruitment market, Mark is hoping that the donations will help differentiate his business from other competitors.

The firm will be offering services across Sandwell, providing opportunities for individuals to find the job best suited to their skill set.

Following a standard probationary period, a sum will be paid out to CGR with a quarter of that fee being donated to The Albion Foundation.

Birmingham-born Mark was keen to describe the concept behind his idea for the business.

He said: “Quite simply, I like the idea of being able to be part of something which will make a real difference to groups of deserving individuals.

“I am well aware of what The Albion Foundation does throughout West Bromwich and would like to help them continue their excellent work. 

“They reach individuals that many don’t, and the tangible benefits their work provides has been evident for all to see for a number of years now.”

Ben Pollard, Marketing Co-ordinator at The Albion Foundation was quick to praise Mark.

He said: “The concept behind Mark’s organisation will benefit The Albion Foundation greatly, and will allow us to continue our work in the community.

“There are a number of areas in which the money can be utilised and put be to good use.”

For more information about CGR Recruitment, visit www.cgrrecruitment.co.uk or contact Mark via email at mark.murphy@cgrrecruitment.co.uk


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