Croft in the Community

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Discover our Croft in the Community projects and initiatives below

The Heart Tech Appeal

Croft team up with Heart Radio to help combat digital poverty and enable better access to an online education for children across Hertfordshire.

Already pledging to supply free mobile broadband to up to 100 families for the remainder of the school year, we’re asking businesses across the county to donate any working, surplus laptops, desktops or tablets for distribution across families in Hertfordshire who need it most.

The Herts County Show

Croft headline sponsor the 2020 Hertfordshire County Show.

With the global pandemic impacting on a number of events across the country, on the 23rd May 2020, the county show went virtual for the very first time with our support.

We are proud to stand shoulder to shoulder with one of the finest agricultural shows in the country.

Shop + Drop

The Government first announced back in early 2020 that those at high-risk from COVID-19 would have to self-isolate for at least 12 weeks.

Something needed to be done to provide those confined to their home with a one-stop-shop for all house-bound essentials. As a result, an amazing new Shop + Drop service was born.

Croft donated a phone system, allowing volunteers to ‘man the phones’ from the comfort of their own homes and connect effortlessly with those in need.

Sarah Moreland, Executive Director at The Hertfordshire Agricultural Society

The Hertfordshire County Show was threatened by an invisible risk – the COVID-19 pandemic, but with the support of Croft Communications, Heart Radio and others, the Show was an enormous success

The Hertfordshire Agricultural Society would like to thank everyone who sponsored and supported this remarkable event that truly demonstrated the ability to turn potential disaster into opportunity and success.

Optimism, enterprise and entrepreneurialism are still alive and well in Hertfordshire and with such spirit and inventiveness and innovation it just proves that ‘Hertfordshirians’ can rise above every challenge.

Debbie Chadwick, Station Director at Heart Radio

These last twelve months have been difficult for everyone and for those already struggling, the latest restrictions have compounded that struggle.

Education is a key part of a child’s development, so to help build towards their future is a true privilege.

I am thankful to Croft Communications for their compassion and generosity in supporting the Tech Appeal.

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