Do you know a charity or group who need help with DIY or renovation work?
NAPIT is looking to undertake its own version of DIY SOS local to the Mansfield area in 2019, putting the considerable skills of its members, staff and partners to good use by giving one nominated community group a free makeover of their premises.
The worthy group NAPIT are looking to support could be anything from scout or guide groups, sports clubs or WI groups to playgroups, local charities or hospices. NAPIT are more than capable of renovations involving electrical work, plumbing, decorating, gardening and general maintenance and improvement work.
Hundreds of qualified, experienced tradespeople in the Mansfield area alone are NAPIT members, which would allow a charity or group based near NAPIT’s Head Office to benefit from their expertise. NAPIT members are all highly competent to work to the latest technical standards, so the chosen nominee can be confident of a job well done.
NAPIT’s Group Chief Executive, Mike Andrews, said: “At NAPIT we are always keen to put ourselves forward for a challenge, therefore we are looking to pick one renovation project to take on next year as our own version of DIY SOS local to the Head Office. I believe this will bring our staff, partners and members even closer together and will be of huge benefit to the local community group chosen and all involved.”
If you know or are involved with a group that meets the above criteria and think they would benefit from a DIY SOS style make over, please complete the nomination form linked below. Tell NAPIT about your worthy cause, why you feel they should be chosen and how they would benefit from this make-over. The project should be in or around the Mansfield area for ease of access.
Send your submission form to NAPIT (plus attached photos if possible, to give a clearer picture of the scale of work required) via firstname.lastname@example.org the closing date for applications is Friday 1st February 2019.
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