Shotton plumber donates profits to help the vulnerable

James Hunt

Submited by Mary Rooth

Profits from a local business go to charities to help thousands of poor, vulnerable and hungry people in the community.

James Hunt founded Cafgas as a community interest company (CIC) in March and chose to donate the profits from commercial work to Nanny Biscuit.

Nanny Biscuit is a charity founded in 2018 to honor James’ grandmothers who would deliver him cookies as a child.

During the pandemic, Nanny Biscuit has helped thousands of elderly, vulnerable and struggling people in North Wales and beyond.

They have distributed hundreds of food packages to families and made hundreds of buddy calls to offer friendship to those struggling with loneliness.

James from Shotton, Flintshire, said: “We have helped people whose food cupboards were completely empty during the lockdown, including a man who had not eaten for three days.

“That’s why we want to future-proof the good work that Nanny Biscuit is doing for years and decades to come.”

The team has also provided 30,000 meals to the homeless and organized music concerts for care homes, following Covid safety guidelines.

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