OK Communications and Praxis Care recently announced an exciting new charity partnership which partners OK Communications with Praxis Care.
Janice Hewitt Managing Director OK Communications says:
“OK Communications are proud to work with and support Praxis Care by adopting them as our charity of choice.
OK Communications have agreed to support their work by donating products to their different campaigns including World Mental Health Day, Summer Raffle and taking table at their recent 30th Anniversary Gala Ball.
We at OK are proud to work with & support Praxis Care by making a donation of £20 for each mobile phone sold through our Praxis Offer.
Praxis Care is a charity at the centre of caring. They aim to provide excellent and innovative in care and support to vulnerable children and adults affected by mental ill health, learning disability, acquired brain injury or dementia.
Praxis Care is a charity very close to my heart as my daughter is currently using the charity’s excellent respite services offered by the Praxis Care respite unit at Beechfield, Conlig.”
Paul Collins Assistant Director Fundraising and Communications:
“Praxis Care is delighted that OK Communications has agreed to support the work of Praxis Care. The new partnership shows both a commitment to the work of Praxis Care and a willingness to come up with new and imaginative ways to support our work.”
For more details about the partnership go to:
www.praxiscare.org.uk or www.oktele.biz OK Communications 028 91 857777
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Notes to Media
For further information about the work of Praxis Care
Call Paul Collins, Assistant Director – Fundraising 07918 20554.
OK Communications is local Northern Ireland Communications company based in Bangor offering a wide rang of business communications products for more information contact their sales team at www.oktele.biz / 028 9185 7777
Praxis Care is the largest Northern Ireland charity providing care for vulnerable children and adults affected by mental ill health, learning disability, acquired brain injury and dementia. The organisation also works in the Republic of Ireland, Isle of Man and England and it provides a range of accommodation and support services for nearly 1,500 people.