Cameron Homes, which builds housing developments throughout the region, had donated £1,500 to Little Owl Childcare in Chase Terrace, which supports children aged from two to 12 in the Burntwood and Lichfield areas.
The money has been used to purchase a large shed will mean that all the youngsters’ bikes and other outdoor equipment can be stored away safely at the end of the day and will provide easy access to the children during their sessions.
The centre’s director Sarah McCormick said she was delighted with the donation.
She commented: “I would like to express a massive thank you to the Cameron team for their generosity in supplying a storage shed which will allow children to choose their own equipment and enable the older children to show the younger ones where to store the toys, helping with their independence.
“We are also in no doubt that this will prove to be huge in its impact on our setting and our children as we will no longer waste time each day drying and cleaning equipment, leaving us more time to be supporting and driving the learning of our children forward.”
Danielle Goffe-Wood, marketing manager of Cameron Homes, said that the company always tried to support local community organisations where possible.
The firm is selling a range of two and three bedroom properties at its Chapel Court development in High Street, Chasetown.