The Electrical Industries Charity has launched its Pensioner Support Programme to help retired colleagues in the electrical industry to live a full life while supporting them with any financial struggles that come their way.
It’s time to get active this summer with the Electrical Industries Charity who have lots of sports events to get involved with.
The Electrical Industries Charity is offering a number of unmissable events which will push you to the limits and get your heart racing while getting fit and having loads of fun with friends, family and colleagues.
The Virgin Money London Marathon proved to be a great success for the Electrical Industries Charity with charity runners raising over £11,000.
The London Marathon remains one of the biggest charity fundraising events in the UK and this year the Electrical Industries Charity had nine runners completing the gruelling 26-mile course.
The Electrical Wholesaler Awards 2016 raised a huge amount to help the Electrical Industries Charity to continue supporting people who need help the most.
The Electrical Wholesaler Awards 2016 took place at the Park Plaza, London on Thursday 12 May 2016 and raised a massive £1,835 to support the Electrical Industries Charity.
The Rexel Banners team are taking on the mighty and adventurous 24 hour Three Peaks Challenge to raise money for the Electrical Industries Charity. The team facing this immense challenge will consist of representatives from Newey & Eyre, WF Senate, Wilts Electrical Wholesale and Timeguard.
The Electrical Industries Charity is set for a Kilimanjaro challenge which aims to raise £100,000 to help the Hendrie family to re-build their lives.
Christopher Hendrie, aged 32 was a well-respected electrician, a loving husband and a father of two who lost his fight to the rare form of Cholangiocarcinoma cancer which is commonly known as Bile duct cancer on 31 October 2014.
The Electrical Industries Charity has teamed up with JTL, the leading work-based training provider of electrical apprentices across England and Wales, and the Scottish Electrical Charitable Training Trust (SECTT), to launch the Apprentice Support Programme.
The Electrical Industries Charity is delighted to be helping a young electrician, Brendan Moseley, in fulfilling his dream of becoming an engineer.