Romax Technology supporting emergency service to save lives
Romax are proud to have participated in a ceremony to hand over a cheque for £2,500 to the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance Service at their Nottingham HQ.
Early in 2019, Romax Technology employees chose the Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance as their annual charity. Throughout the year, the Romax Social Committee members and individual employees have personally taken on fundraising challenges to raise money for the charity, events have included a range of activities from summer raffles, wine tasting, cake sales to charity bike rides.
Since starting in 1994, Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire air ambulance have responded to over 20,000 life threatening situations and saved countless people including; accidents, suicides, roadside trauma and other emergency situations.
As one of the UK’s leading Air Ambulance operators, they are now running and responding to calls 24 hours a day to provide round the clock emergency support.
“On average we are called out 3 times a day, each mission costs £2500, so Romax’s donations have saved one person’s life.” – Tanya Taylor, Fund-Raising Support Officer, Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance Service.
“We see a lot of similarities in the qualities we care about and the Air Ambulance ethos who embody the ideals of teamwork, respect, innovation and compassion, and we feel strongly about supporting such an important service in the community. We are pleased to announce, our commitment won’t stop here, we will continue to support Lincs and Notts air ambulance throughout 2020.” – Andy Poon, CEO.
Find out more about Romax’s Corporate Social Responsibility here.