The Poppy Factory has been supporting wounded, injured and sick veterans back into employment for 100 years. Their UK employability service helps hundreds of veterans throughout England and Wales on their journey into meaningful employment across a wide range of sectors.
At the start of this year, The Poppy Factory began a major redevelopment to provide an inclusive, modern, safe and effective working environment for all staff and volunteers. The refurbishment will also enable them to create an improved visitor experience, more accessible to the local community.
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The No Child Hungry program started by EquipmentShare’s Craig Hindelang and Matt Bade has donated more than 45,000 meals since the start of the pandemic.
Like many other school systems across the world, public schools in Columbia, Mo., closed their doors in March 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic grew in severity. Closed schools meant many children weren’t getting their daily meals and other resources they needed to survive. That didn’t sit well with EquipmentShare team members Matt Bade and Craig Hindelang, both residents of Columbia. The two took their concerns to the leadership at
Skyjack has started to receive many submissions for their WE RISE campaign which launched at the end of July. The campaign encourages rental companies worldwide to share their 2020 stories of community support and more.
The August feature story highlights Star Platforms Limited, a UK based rental company, that donated a SJ6832 RT diesel scissor lift to help create an impressive mural on a house in Walthamstow, London. Talented street artists from Wood Street Walls painted the image of an NHS worker as a superhero to thank the health service. The SJ6832 RT scissor lift features a working
The Poppy Factory has been supporting wounded, injured and sick veterans back into empl