We are enthusiastic about engaging with charities and local community projects, to raise funds and continue to make a positive difference.
Community involvement is about more that just giving money. Our commitment to supporting local communities involves both financial contributions and also lending our support to a variety of worthy causes and initiatives.
£8,509.80: 2017 Charity Donations & Sponsorships
|• £589.60||Friends of Linton Church – Q4 Pallet Pledge ’16|
|• £2,500.00||Mayor Elect’s Charity Fund|
|• £75.00||Great Ormond Street Hospital (Matteo Stokes Charity Golf Day)|
|• £500.00||Crisis – Q1 Pallet Pledge ’17|
|• £250.00||Unicef – Michael Martin (Carousel) running the London Marathon|
|• £2500.00||The International Arts Festival|
|• £500.00||Milton & Fulston FC (Kit Sponsors) – Q2 Pallet Pledge ’17|
|• £75.00||Annual Pallet Track Golf Day|
|• £150.00||Trailer donation to Aylesford Priory Fete|
|• £150.00||Trailer donation to Marden cricket event|
|• £150.00||Trailer donation to Coppa-Feel (Breast Cancer Charity Event)|
|• £166.00||Scouts Jamboree|
|• £100.00||Richard Webb’s 6 Walk Challenge in aid of Parkinson’s|
|• £100.00||Walking With the Wounded – Sarah Gibson, Windsor 1/2 marathon|
|• £704.20||Great Ormond Street Hospital – Q3 Pallet Pledge ’17|
Firmin are proud sponsors of the Maidstone International Arts Festival.
For every pallet that we input into our network we make a 10p donation to a chosen charity. To keep the scheme personal and ensure we lend our support to a wide variety of worthy causes, we ask our staff and clients to nominate charities that are close to their hearts. A good cause is then selected each quarter.
Safe Anaesthesia Worldwide: Q4 Pallet Pledge 2017
Our nominated worthy cause for October to December is Safe Anaesthesia Worldwide, nominated by Company Chairman, Paul Firmin. The Medical Director of the charity, Dr Roger Eltringham is an old friend of Paul’s.
The Marsden based charity was founded over five years ago to help people in the poorest and most isolated parts of the world where anaesthesia services are either inadequate or non-existent. The charity has supported the development of a new type of anaesthetic machine called the Glostavent, which is able to function even if the supplies of oxygen and electricity fail. It is used in over 70 countries worldwide and has enabled elective and emergency surgery to be performed in the poorest and most isolated hospitals where this has previously been impossible. A portable version has also been developed which can be carried to the sites of emergencies.