The electrical sector has thousands of people who are struggling on a daily basis due to unforeseen circumstances in their lives and are in need of support from the industry to give them encouragement and a helping hand towards creating a better future.
The Electrical Industries Charity is challenging everyone in the electrical and energy industries to tap the app and play Power Lottery to win big cash prizes while helping hundreds of people in the sector to have a better quality of life.
The electrical industry is currently faced with many challenges that are affecting thousands of people in our sector. To tackle the key issues affecting our industry such as the stigma of mental health problems and to provide maximum support to those who are struggling, the Electrical Industries Charity has recently created the Emerging Professionals Board and welcomed nine new members.
Do you think you have what it takes to conquer thousands of steps of the Great Wall of China? Sign up for the Electrical Industries Charity’s Challenge for a Cause – the Great Wall of China trek 2018 and help to Raise the Roof for the Dickinson family.
Did you know that in our sector there are thousands of people who are struggling, and over 130,000 of them are eligible for our support? Practical support from the industry can go a very long way in making a huge difference to those who are faced with difficult circumstances on a daily basis.
Over 300,000 people applied to run in the Virgin Money London Marathon this year with over 40,000 runners taking part. Temperatures were “Feeling hot, hot, hot” at 24.1°C, officially the hottest on the record, ahead of 22.7°C recorded in 1996. Britain was keenly watching Mo Farah who came in third place in the men`s elite race finishing in 02:06:21 and setting a new British record.
Team NAPIT are once again taking on new challenges to fundraise for charity, and aim to raise £5,000 for The Electrical Industries Charity (EIC) during 2018.
The Electrical Industries Charity welcomes nine members to the Emerging Professionals Board who will be representing the views of the younger generation and will bring a fresh perspective into the electrical sector which is needed to help the Charity and the industry to move forward.