Instarmac’s ongoing community support reaches new heights

British manufacturer, Instarmac Group plc has once again shown support to charities and good causes alongside their nominated charity, the Gentleman’s Night Out by donating over £7000 in 2015 alone.

Instarmac, a company whose company motto is ‘Work Hard, Have Fun, Make a Difference’ supported several local and national causes in 2015, including the well known Red Nose Day, BBC programme DIY SOS and popular Macmillan’s Coffee Morning.  Local beneficiaries were Queen Alexandra College in association with Blind Dave, the Red Boots Childrens Charity and Birmingham Children’s Hospital.

Birmingham Children’s Hospital is over 150 years old and has over 270,600 patient visits per year.  The opening of their new cancer ward is imminent and last year Instarmac made a generous contribution towards the cost of new internal furnishings.  A very large cuddly toy dog was also presented to the ward, which will be raffled by the nurses raising further funds to support the new ward.

In the Autumn a group of Instarmac production employees organised a charity football match.  The event was held in aid of the company’s nominated charity the Gentleman’s Night Out.  Based in Birmingham this organisation distributes and funds within the West Midland’s region, Instarmac has supported them for 10 years by regular initiatives such as Dress Down Day contributions.  A very competitive football game saw the Warehouse Lions defeat the Production Pythons and over £900 raised from the match and raffle ticket sales.