ECF Special Alloys have teamed up with the emergency services media in a crucial sponsorship deal.
The offshore fabricators have become a sponsor for the emergency service media’s recent educational campaign named REACT.
The campaign aims to raise awareness of drugs, crime and road safety amongst children, through a printed journal that will be distributed locally and nationally to educational establishments and, public awareness and support groups.
The REACT initiative receives no government funding, and is therefore wholly financed by the support of generous organisations like ECF Special Alloys.
ECF’s Director Peter Elliott said: “We wanted to help the REACT initiative as it is such a good way to give back to our local community, and help young children reach their potential.”
For more information about ECF Special Alloys, and their sponsorship with REACT you can contact Megan Elliott, Marketing and Communications: firstname.lastname@example.org, 01909 541048