Bury St Edmunds-based Denny Bros makes £2,000 donation to Suffolk Mind after collaboration with artist Kate Jackson
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Print company Denny Bros has donated £2,000 to mental health charity Suffolk Mind after a collaboration with local artist Kate Jackson.
The Bury St Edmunds-based business commissioned Ms Jackson to produce two works of art to hang in the ground floor entrance of its headquarters building on Kempson Way.
Ms Jackson is a long-term supporter of Suffolk Mind after her friend, John Holmes, died following a long history of mental illness and Denny Bros made the donation as part of the art project.
Nanaging director Graham Denny said: “We have wanted some artwork for quite a while and it was great to be able to combine this with the contribution to a mental health charity.
“As a company, we are acutely aware that there can be a lack of suitable resources for those needing support for mental health issues and how vital the work done by charities like Suffolk Mind is for many people. We were keen to do a small bit to help.”
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Sue Gray, director of the charity, added: “We are delighted to have the support of Denny Bros and Kate Jackson. It is fantastic to have people working together in the community in support of our work.”
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