Elonex was extremely proud to be made Patrons of the NSPCC recently.
Peter Wanless, CEO at the NSPCC, made the official announcement of Elonex becoming Patrons of the UK’s Children’s Charity at a special event held in Coventry, where Nick Smith, CEO at Elonex, and Adam Stockton, MD at Elonex, gratefully accepted the accolade.
Receiving Patron status follows Elonex’s long-term support of the NSPCC in the West Midlands, after helping the charity to promote campaigns and supporting its fundraising efforts.
Commenting on Elonex becoming Patrons, Amanda Synnott, NSPCC Fundraising Manager for the West Midlands, said:
“Elonex has been great supporters of the NSPCC and the work we do locally for over 3 years.
“Providing advertising space for our awareness campaigns and donating advertisement packages for auctions at the NSPCC Laughter Balls have gone a long way in supporting us to help vulnerable children in the region, and we estimate the monetary value of this support already runs into a six-figure sum.
“We are proud to invite Elonex to be Patrons of the NSPCC and to be part of the family for years to come, leading the fight alongside us for every childhood.”
To find out more about the NSPCC and to support the vital work it undertakes, please visit www.nspcc.org.uk