Newry-based Mobile VMS Ltd have handed over cheques to support the work of two local charities.
Michelle Curran, commercial manager of the company, based at the Carnbane Industrial Estate, and Teresa Mooney, company accountant, presented Padraig Harte of ‘PIPS Hope and Support’ and Colin Bell of ‘Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust’ with a donation of £400 each.
Speaking at the cheque presentation, Michelle said Mobile VMS were delighted to be able to donate the funds to two very invaluable charities.
She said: “PIPS Hope and Support and KBRT were two charities selected by the management and staff at Mobile VMS. As a company, we support grassroots charities as and when we can. We trust both charities will continue their exceptional work, look forward to supporting their future endeavours and thank them for the invaluable service they are proving.
Padraig Harte PIPS Hope and Support Fundraising Coordinator thanked Mobile VMS management and all staff members for their generosity.
“On behalf of everyone at PIPS Hope and Support, we wish to thank Michelle, Teresa and all the team at Mobile VMS for their support,” he said. ” The funds they have donated to our charity will go a long way in supporting those at most need of our service as well as the overall provision of the service. PIPS Hope and Support are grateful for the support and we wish all staff and management every success.”
Colin Bell reiterated the comments, adding: “We are delighted to receive the support from Mobile VMS and thank them all for choosing KBRT as one of their chosen charities.
“As many people know, KBRT supports bereaved families by alleviating the financial hardship for families repatriating their loved ones who have died abroad in tragic or sudden circumstances back to Ireland. The funds donated by Mobile VMS is well received and will support our overall aim.”
Mobile VMS Ltd are providers of innovative traffic management solutions including variable message signs; mobile CCTV, lighting towers and intelligent transport solutions for large scale roadwork projects.
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