Electrical Testing Services Begins Charity Partnership with Alzheimer
Electrical Testing Services Limited (ETS), one of Scotland’s leading electrical testing and installation companies, has selected Alzheimer Scotland as one of their two new Charity Partners of the Year for 2017.
The one year partnership begins in January 2017 and will see the company also support the Cleft Lip and Palate Association (CLAPA). The two charity partners will receive a donation from ETS Testing when customers select ETS Testing for electrical jobs. The charity partners will share a £5 donation for every new electrical job up the value of £500 and will share a £10 donation for every job over £500.
Managing Director of ETS Testing, Euan Hall, is passionate about supporting Alzheimer Scotland, Euan commented: “We work with business owners, managers and directors, landlords, facilities managers, health and safety staff across Scotland to undertake safe electrical testing, maintenance and installation. We want to change the face of our industry by focusing on customer care, being reliable, professional, showing integrity and delivering excellence at every stage of the project.
“We wanted to support a charity with the same core values of care, passion and commitment and which offers essential services to people in Scotland. After much deliberation we chose Alzheimer Scotland as one of our two charity partners for 2017. We hope that together with our new customers, we can really help them to achieve even more great things.”
Fiona Lewis, Corporate Fundraiser at Alzheimer Scotland, added: “It is incredible to have the support Electrical Testing Services’ staff and clients going forward into 2017 and we thank everyone who will support us over the coming year.
“It is Alzheimer Scotland’s mission to challenge dementia once and for all by working with our supporters and partners to increase awareness of the condition and raise vital funds to support our services. The generous support of ETS will make a big difference in helping us to ensure that no one faces dementia alone.”