21 May 2019
21 May 2019
Bespoke Careers supports the Architects Benevolent Society
The Bespoke Careers London office took part in the 'Bake the World a Better Place' challenge last week in support of The Architects Benevolent Society (ABS), and with the help of our talented team members raised a fantastic contribution to the charity which supports past and present members of the wider architectural profession and their families in times of need.
“The Architects Benevolent Society is dedicated to helping architects, assistants, technologists, technicians, landscape architects - and their families – in times of need. We help people of all ages who have experienced illness, accident, redundancy, unemployment, bereavement or other personal difficulties. Our support ranges from confidential advice to financial assistance.” Architects Benevolent Society.
The day itself fell during Mental Health Awareness Week which is the focus of the ABS this year as part of their #AnxietyArch campaign.
For people in the architecture and design industry, the ABS offers a wealth of free support which is free, impartial and strictly confidential. It is tailored to meet individual circumstances and needs and helps in a wide variety of ways including advice and support, financial help and referral for specialist advice.
As a recruitment agency that prides itself on truly understanding the needs of its clients and jobseekers, the Architects Benevolent Society is a charity that is at the forefront of our charity involvement. Keep an eye out later next month for the Bespoke Careers consultants donning their lycra to take part in the ABS Chicken Run. Go team!
Author: Jennifer McKenzie, Bespoke Careers