An experienced electrician, Rhys Lynch first contacted the Electrical Industries Charity in 2012 when his partner left him and his two-year-old daughter. Rhys applied for sole custody of his daughter, leaving his job as an electrician to become a full-time parent.
Losing someone close to you on whom you have been dependent all of your life can be devastating. It can not only leave an individual in confusion and emotional turmoil but can also often result in the deterioration of an individual’s mental health and potentially lead to homelessness.
The loss of a child has an incredible impact on any family and John Savages’ family is no different. John and his wife tragically lost their young baby and understandably him and his family suffered extremely crippling bereavement.
A diagnosis of terminal cancer can be very hard to understand and accept. Once you are diagnosed with terminal cancer, you may feel overwhelmed, like you can’t take it all in or that it’s just a bad dream. Most people living with cancer experience a wide range of feelings and emotions, including shock, sadness, fear and disbelief as they come to accept the diagnosis, and during this time support from the industry can play a vital part in helping those who are suffering from cancer.
Electrical Industries Charity (EIC) is delighted to announce that through funds raised by their Big Build Project, they have purchased a house for Caz Dickinson and her family. This will enable Caz to regain her independence in a new home which will feature modifications to help her move around with greater ease.
Would you like to make lasting memories while doing something truly incredible for your colleagues in their hour of need?
The Electrical Industries Charity (EIC) is calling on everyone within the electrical and energy-related sectors to get together and take part in a wide range of fundraising events to make a real difference to their industry colleagues’ lives.
The Electrical Industries Charity celebrated the 85th Anniversary of the Southern Region Spring Ball with the Royal Marines Band marching up a storm.
The Virgin Money London Marathon proved to be a fantastic success for the Electrical Industries Charity (EIC) with seven charity runners collectively raising over £8,000.