Calor wishes to extend a big ‘thank you’ to its installer community for helping spread the word about its annual funding scheme.
To help inject some Christmas spirit to local communities across the nation, Calor has created a social video focusing on the many different projects its annual funding scheme has helped over the past two years.
This year, the fund has actively helped a wide-range of projects, which are showcased in the video, including; Reel Life foundation, Rocking ukuleles, Tavistock rugby club and Chequers kitchen.
The aim of the Calor Rural Community Fund is to give off-grid communities the chance to gain grants for projects that will improve local life. With a total fund of £50,000, this year the scheme offered funding for 21 different projects, with prize pots ranging from £1,000 up to £5,000.
Karl Bateman, National Specifier Manager at Calor, commented: “Christmas is a time to come together to enjoy the spirit of giving and sharing – whether that be amongst families or within communities, both small, large and installer!
“We’re really grateful for our Installer Community, who have not only helped spread the word about our funding scheme across the UK but also provide an excellent service throughout the year to all of our Calor customers.
“We’d be delighted if installers could continue to share the joy by posting our Calor 12 days of Christmas video to social media and help us to make a difference in rural communities.”
The annual funding scheme returns in spring 2019. To find out more and to register, click here.
To watch the Calor 12 Days of Christmas video, click here.