Hilti donates to WellChild’s Helping Hands project team

Hilti donates to WellChild’s Helping Hands project team

Hilti Regional Manager Justin Hargreaves, Jane and Joel and WellChild Project Leader, Lee Trunks are getting ready to work on the latest Helping Hands project in St Austell, assisted by over £5,500 worth of free tools from Hilti.

Over a dozen tools have been supplied including a cordless combihammer, the TE 30-A36 plus impact screwdrivers, hammer drill drivers, a circular saw from its 22V platform and a laser measuring device. All products have been supplied with consumables, with the company covering all servicing and repair needs.

In total the tools will be used on eight projects across the UK in 2017, from St Austell to Stockport, and well into the future.

WellChild is a national charity which works to ensure the best possible care for children with complex health needs and support their families. The Helping Hands scheme tackles essential home and garden makeovers, with the support of volunteer teams from local companies and organisations.

Lee said: “This generous donation of Hilti tools to the WellChild Helping Hands programme will have a big impact on the work we do. Not only does it mean we have some reliable and robust tools to ensure the work can get done, but it will also help us to tackle more life-changing projects than ever before.

“The Helping Hands team and I are really looking forward to chopping, screwing and cutting our way through lots of projects with Hilti tools in the future.”

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