Posted 20th Nov 2018

Geberit helps fundraise for Air Ambulance Northern Ireland

By KBBDaily on 20th November 2018 - 07:00am
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Bathroom manufacturer Geberit has helped to raise money for Air Ambulance Northern Ireland at the recent Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management – IHEEM – regional conference and exhibition.

The conference – held in Belfast – managed to raise £11,000 for the charity, with a host of companies coming together at the Titanic Hotel for a conference dinner and charity auction.

Geberit technical sales manager Lucas Vogan, who is an IHEEM committee member, had the privilege of handing the cheque over to the charity with his wife Joanne and daughter Grace.

“We’re aware of the incredible service the Air Ambulance provides to the region, not only to trauma victims but also their families,” said Geberit channel marketing manager Purdie Proudman.

“As such, we’re very grateful to have taken part in a fundraising event that has raised a significant contribution for such a worthy cause.”

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