Cormac's role as his mother's primary caregiver while also working to support their family led to a decline in his mental health, but with the assistance of the Electrical Industries Charity and counseling, he regained his enthusiasm for his apprenticeship and learned the importance of seeking help when needed.

Empowering Mental Well-being: EIC Trading Company Launches Innovative Online Learning Platform

In the ever-evolving landscape of modern life, the importance of prioritising mental well-being has become increasingly evident. Recognising this need, they have taken a step forward by introducing a new online learning platform that offers a wide range of mental health training courses and live interactive webinars. 

Suicide Prevention Month

In the month dedicated to suicide prevention, we come together as a community to shed light on an important subject.

Celebrating the Remarkable Journey of Tessa Ogle, Outgoing CEO of 8 Years

As we bid a heartfelt farewell to Tessa Ogle, our esteemed Charity CEO for 8 years, we reflect on an extraordinary journey marked by her unwavering commitment to mental health awareness and her remarkable achievements that have transformed countless lives within our industry community.

The Electrical Industries ‘Challenge for a Cause’: Trekking the Freedom Trail

Earlier this year, six people from the electrical industry signed up to take on one of the Electrical Industries Charity (EIC) challenges for a cause, the Pyrenees Freedom Trail trek. Together the trekkers have raised an impressive £15,800, a testament to the dedication and effort of all participants.

As part of our commitment to ensuring the long-term sustainability and effectiveness of our fundraising activities, the Electrical Industries Charity Limited is considering potential changes to the prize structure of the powerLottery, a UK society lottery operated by our charity. We recognise the importance of maximising the funds generated to support our charitable initiatives while ensuring a compelling and rewarding experience for our participants.

The summer holidays can be an exciting time for families to bond and create lasting memories. However, for working parents, the prospect of managing kids, life and work arrangements can seem overwhelming. The Electrical Industries Charity understands the importance of finding a balance during this time. Here, we explore some practical tips and advice to help you cope with the summer holidays, ensuring a balanced blend of family time, personal life and professional responsibilities.

We’re excited to announce that Samantha McFall and Marcus Leek have joined the EIC family!

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