The Lighthouse Construction Industry charity is offering three new electronic card models that they will personalize with your company logo in exchange for a donation.
The Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity has launched its 2021 Charitable E-Cards campaign to celebrate the holiday season.
Following the success of its Christmas Cracker 2020 campaign, the association has three new electronic card models that it will personalize with your company logo in exchange for a donation.
Companies can then share the electronic card with colleagues, suppliers and customers to spread a festive mood and show their support for the charity which provides emotional, physical and financial support to the construction community and their families. .
Bill Hill, CEO of Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity, said: “We all know 2021 has been another year full of ups and downs, and as a charity we have supported hundreds of families through difficult moments. So what better way to kick off the holiday season than to share some joy, Lighthouse Club style.
“By ordering an electronic card and making a donation, you are supporting your construction colleagues in need. The amount of the donation is up to you, but we recommend a £ 1 / € 1 per contact you send your e-card to. Not only will you be supporting your construction community, but you will also choose the eco-friendly option.
Learn more about this year’s e-card campaign, including all the information on how to get involved, here.
The association offers 24/7 telephone support for the construction industry which offers a range of free and confidential assistance services for well-being, supplemented by its free telephone support application for the construction industry. construction industry that offers expert advice on a wide variety of wellness issues.
It also offers a variety of free building-focused training programs, ranging from one-hour interactive wellness sessions to the MHFA England approved mental health first aid course.
His last campaign; Help Inside the Hard Hat aims to raise awareness of mental health issues in the construction industry. You can join the campaign for better mental health by downloading their free resources and site bulletin boards. here.