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NICEIC PROVIDES MUCH NEEDED SUPPORT TO ELECTRICAL INDUSTRIES CHARITY

31/12/2022

NICEIC has made a charitable donation of over £10,000 to the Electrical Industries Charity (EIC). The sizeable sum, confirmed just in time for Christmas, was raised through several activities, including NICEIC quiz nights and the company's customer satisfaction survey.

"We are delighted to have been able to provide this much-needed support to such a worthy cause," said NICEIC’s Head of Marketing, James Ellis 

"I would like to say a special thank you to the many NICEIC businesses who took part in the quizzes and completed our survey.  

“The amount raised is a direct result of your actions, with £1 being donated by NICEIC for every completed survey.   

"Added to that, your generous donations from the quiz nights were also match funded by NICEIC, making this a true team effort." 

Offering a broad range of services, including but not limited to, mental health support, debt advice and financial relief in immediate need, the EIC exist to protect everyone associated with the electrical and energy industries. 

"We would like to say a huge thank you to everyone at NICEIC," said Tessa Ogle, Electrical Industries Charity, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director  

"Donations such as this are vital and enable us to carry out the important work we undertake to ensure everyone in our industry has somewhere to turn should they need support." 

If you are a member of the electrical Industry and you or a family member need assistance, please reach out to the charity to see what options are available. You can do this by emailing support@electricalcharity.org or by calling their confidential helpline 0800 652 1618. 


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