Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity Launch Festive E-cards
The Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity have launched their 2021 charity e-card campaign to celebrate the festive season.
Following the success of their 2020 Christmas Cracker campaign, the charity has three new e-card designs that they will personalise with your company logo in return for a donation. Companies can then share the e-card with colleagues, suppliers and customers to spread some festive cheer and show their support for the charity that provides emotional, physical and financial wellbeing support to the construction community and their families.
Bill Hill, CEO of the Lighthouse Construction Industry Charity said, “We all know that 2021 has been another year full of highs and lows, and as a charity, we have supported hundreds of families through some challenging times. So what better way to kick start the festive season than sharing a little joy, Lighthouse Club-style! By ordering an e-card and making a donation you’ll be supporting your construction colleagues in need. The donation amount is up to you, but we would recommend a £1/€1 per contact you send your e-card on to. Not only will you be supporting your construction community, you’ll be choosing the environmentally friendly option too!”
Find out more about this year’s e-card campaign, including all the information about how to get involved, here
The charity provides a 24/7 Construction Industry Helpline which provides a range of free and confidential wellbeing support services and this is complemented by their free Construction Industry Helpline App which offers expert guidance on a huge variety of wellbeing issues.
They also offer a variety of free construction focussed training programmes ranging from hour long interactive wellbeing sessions through to the MHFA England approved Mental Health First Aider course.
Their latest campaign; Help Inside the Hard Hat aims to raise awareness of mental health issues in the construction industry.
You can join the campaign for better mental health by downloading their free resources here.
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