It’s not always about making profits for the company. We like to help others outside of the business and share our successes. Helping cash for kids was something the entire team was on board with and this was a proud moment for us all.
Paul and his family were shown a real touch of kindness when his entire family were invited to a Sunday Lunch for veterans at the Earl of Doncaster Hotel. Paul’s father served in the armed forces for 25 years and was being accompanied by Paul and his family at Remembrance Day in Doncaster. Their family were going through the loss of Paul’s mother and they wanted to show their support to his Dad.
After getting through the emotional parade they got chatting to a woman, called Roberta, who invited Paul’s dad to the Sunday Lunch but after hearing about their story, pulled some strings and extended the invite to the rest of the Bunting Clan. The lunch was a memorable and proud moment for them all, surrounded by their local war heroes.
To say thank you Paul and Lauren assisted with the Pilgram Bandits with their Howarth 1940s event, supplying the fencing and portable toilets. Using this a perfect excuse for team building, the two made the most of it and spent the day setting up the fencing around the campsite and mingling with our war heroes.
Here at Supply It Site Services we like to help everyone we can and when a member of our staff, Peter, asked for support in raising funds for the British Heart Foundation, this was no exception. The Foundation is close to us all here at the office and we will continue to support them.
“I would like to express my deepest appreciation for the way Supply It helped me to raise money for The British Heart Foundation (BHF). The BHF supports research into Heart Attacks and Strokes. My Aunt died young from a Heart Attack and both my parents died from Strokes. Research is urgently needed for these conditions and BHF is at the forefront.
I commend this worthwhile cause and hope that we can continue to support it at Supply It.” ~ Peter McCarthy
The 2017 challenge was to ride from Carlisle in Stonehaven and back, in 4 days or less and all the while passing through Railway Stations and other landmarks that were important to Sam and remain important to us today.
Mark took part in the event that took 16 cyclists on around 100 miles per day, to raise money for The Brain Tumour Charity.