Van Vault has announced its support for Band of Builders on their forthcoming Three Peak Challenge.
As part of its dedication to supporting tradespeople and important causes, Van Vault is keen to support Band of Brothers charity, as it provides a crucial service in helping members of the construction industry in need, through hands-on projects, advice and support.
Band of Builders are taking on the National Three Peaks Challenge at the end of June, walking a total 23 miles and ascending 10,052ft in 24 hours, as they climb the highest mountains in England, Wales and Scotland - Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon.
Band of Builders was created in 2016 when Builder, Addam Smith’s friend, Keith Ellick was diagnosed with terminal cancer. In an effort to make his life easier, Smith enlisted the help of a group of builders to landscape Ellick’s garden. Since then, the charity has grown in numbers and projects, helping numerous people in need.
Deborah Hunt, Marketing Manager at Van Vault, said: “We are proud to be sponsoring a charity that provides such a positive and important service within the construction industry, as they look to tackle an impressive challenge and raise awareness of their cause.
“At Van Vault, we know that it is part of our corporate social responsibility, to help tackle issues that may affect our customers and support causes, which make an invaluable difference to people’s lives.
“Just earlier this year, we announced our support of the #NoVANBer petition, which aims to put the massive problem of tool theft on the Government’s agenda, and we will continue to support these causes in the near future.”