Aiden Curran is the Winner of Taylor Woodrow 100 Years of Giving Award

The 100 Years of Giving award recognises the fantastic efforts being made across the business to give back to the community through the time and investment that is devoted to charity, fundraising and supporting local communities.

Congratulations to Aiden Curran from Team Old Oak, who has been selected as the winner in this months prize draw. Aiden has cycled a total of 200km by riding an average of 50km in four separate stages. He successfully completed this challenge on 16 April.

He has been raising money on behalf of Team Old Oak who are taking part in FoodCycles Big 50 Challenge. Aiden has surpassed the fundraising target of 100 by raising a staggering 510 for FoodCycle so far. You can donate through his JustGiving page:

Aiden has received a gift voucher and 100 charity donation with which he has chosen to support the local FoodCycles Parcel Collection Project in White City. The project serves lunches and dinners to vulnerable, homeless, and lonely people within the area surrounding Old Oak Common and is working to improve the mental welfare of the local community. Congratulations to Aiden on this fantastic achievement!