You wonder what precision molded plastics and high volume production has to do with charity? We always love to challenge each other and Neil Skyba was next in line this time.
Polymermedics’ Operations Director Neil Skyba was recently sent to Bodmin Jail on behalf of a local children’s hospice. This fundraising event turned out to be an astonishing experience for the community and the participants.
“It is the most fascinating to see all the good that the money can do. Initiatives as such show the interconnectedness within our communities and inspire to contribute and give back”
Neil was charged with “purposeless blagging without a license”. Dressed in a striped prison uniform, our technical manager was desperately trying to escape the “jail”, and by doing so, he was able to raise £1600 in charity bail money to help Children’s Hospice South West. It is the most fascinating to see all the good that the money can do. Initiatives as such show the interconnectedness within our communities and inspire to contribute and give back.
Fundraising was an extremely pleasing event. Polymermedics’ workers, partners, customers, all donated to this charity cause. We received funds from all over across the UK. Besides, our generous family and friends took part in this initiative.
To make your own contribution and find out more the charitable initiatives by Childern’s Hospice South West, please visit: http://www.chsw.org.uk