Firm’s donation for local LIVES First Responders in Lea
Local life-savers the LIVES First Responders in Lea were delighted to receive a brand new 4 x 4 vehicle, donated by a Lincolnshire scaffolding firm.
Rilmac Scaffolding employees presented the Lincolnshire Integrated Voluntary Emergency Service (LIVES) with a 4 x 4 vehicle.
Managing director of Rilmac Scaffolding Limited, Mel Booth, had already helped to raise funds through Gainsborough Rotary Club.
“Within 12 months we had achieved our goal and raised enough money to purchase a 4x 4 vehicle built for all weathers for LIVES,” said Mel. “Our goal for the next year is to raise enough money to purchase a second vehicle.”
Rilmac Scaffolding employees are currently raising around £1,000-a-month to reach this goal. Since receiving the vehicle, Lea LIVES carried out nine emergency calls within a week - two of which were heart attacks and four other life-threatening conditions.
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