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Linkcity names CHICKS as its 2019 charity partner


As part of its commitment to local communities, we are delighted to share that Linkcity has partnered with CHICKS! The one-year partnership consists of a variety of fundraising activities with the aim of sponsoring a break for 16 children, as well as enabling employees to take up volunteering opportunities.

Linkcity are a property development company focused on creating inspiring places that improve the quality of life of the people who live, work or spend time in them

Andrew Dean, CEO of CHICKS, said:

“We are hugely grateful to Linkcity, part of the Bouygues Construction Company, for choosing to support CHICKS as its Charity of the Year. We are totally overwhelmed by the organisation’s commitment to fund an entire CHICKS break for 16 children. This incredible support will make a huge difference to so many children’s lives. We look forward to hearing more about your fundraising efforts and seeing you as volunteers on a CHICKS break in 2019. Huge thanks again from all of us here at CHICKS.”

Nicolas Guérin, Managing Director of Linkcity, said:

“We’re excited to work with CHICKS as our charity partner for 2019. Our focus as a developer is on creating great places that improve the lives of the people who live, work or spend time in them. CHICKS does exceptionally valuable work in many of the cities and London boroughs where we are most active, and this partnership gives us an opportunity to help transform people’s lives in those communities from a very different perspective.”

If your company is interested in supporting CHICKS, engaging employees in a fantastic cause and helping your company meet its CSR objectives,  you can get in touch with the corporate team here or by emailing  

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