Rainy Day Trust, the home improvement industry charity, has launched an apprenticeship campaign to demonstrate their ongoing commitment to this deserving beneficiary sector.
Coinciding with National Apprenticeship Week 04th – 08th March, the Rainy Day Trust recently kicked off its communication activity with a social media campaign targeting our up and coming sector apprentices.
The aim of the campaign is to raise awareness amongst Further Education influencers and end user apprentices of the financial and emotional support the Rainy Day Trust can provide to those studying in the construction, home enhancement and home improvement industry. These audiences are often sceptical that there’s help available because, as we all know, it is rare to get something for nothing in this day and age. But with college establishments now getting onboard and supporting the campaign, the Rainy Day Trust has already been able to help a few students with grants to purchase electric power tools.
The charity is asking its industry peers to share the social media handles and help to continue to raise awareness of its services and reach out to apprentices in the industry that would benefit from the Rainy Day Trust’s support.
If your company has associations with apprentices, the Rainy Day Trust asks that you could encourage them to engage.
Facebook – @rainydaytrust
Twitter – @rainydaytrust
Watch this space to keep up to date with campaign developments. In the meantime, if you want to hear more, contact Bryan at email@example.com.
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