Santander supports HfC

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Santander in Truro has become the latest company to sign up for Corporate Friends membership with the Hall for Cornwall (HfC), supporting the theatre’s work in the local community.

Funds raised from the corporate membership scheme help HfC expand its work with the local community and inspire a new generation of theatre lovers.

Julian Jenkins with the cast of Dial M For Murder
Julian Jenkins with the cast of Dial M For Murder

Julian Jenkins,relationship director for Santander Corporate & Commercial Banking in Devon and Cornwall, said: “We’re very pleased to be supporting a local arts charity. Hall for Cornwall does a lot more than just put on shows, and it will be great to see our money going to good use.”

Santander’s support will not only help to bring shows to Cornwall, it will also help to fund the theatre’s Touch Tours for the blind and partially sighted, audio equipment and a signer for those with hearing difficulties, Toddler Tango and Little Waves for young children, and youth theatre, among many other projects.

HfC director, Julien Boast said, “We are thrilled to have Santander on board as part of the HFC family. The bank takes its charitable giving very seriously and we feel extremely privileged to be a recipient of its support on a regional level.”