Mind Charity Partnership
Leading UK boiler manufacturer Worcester Bosch has announced that mental health charity Mind will be the cause the company will be fundraising for over the next two years.
Each year, Worcester Bosch employees vote for one charity, from a selection, that they wish the company to partner with and fundraise for. This year the employees voted for Mind due to the essential work they do for mental health support.
Worcester Bosch has a real affinity to supporting mental health, with over 200 mental health champions trained throughout the business. This is something it hopes will help encourage all employees to get involved with charitable activity, including its recent Christmas Jumper Week.
Sue Pennington, Corporate Communications Manager at Worcester Bosch, said; “We are looking forward to raising awareness and as much money for Mind that we can during the next two years. Every penny our colleagues raise is matched by the business which gives our fundraising even more impact.
“The work they do for mental health in the UK is crucial and we hope that with the support of our 1800-strong team who are based all over the country, we can really help them continue to make a difference.”
About Worcester Bosch
Worcester Bosch was established in 1962 and has been part of the Bosch Group since 1996. Manufacturing gas and oil boilers for domestic use from two manufacturing plants – Worcester and Clay Cross. Employing 1850 people in the UK, Worcester Bosch is the UK market leader in boiler technology. Worcester Bosch also has a range of smart controllers and renewable technologies.
For more information on Worcester’s full range of gas and oil boilers, please visit: https://www.worcester-bosch.co.uk/. Alternatively, follow Worcester Bosch on Twitter (@WorcsBoschCare), Instagram (@WorcesterBosch) and Facebook (@WorcesterBosch).
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