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Monument Tools honoured with Benefactor Award by The Rainy Day Trust

Monument Tools honoured by Rainy Day Trust

Pictured l-r: Bryan Clover, CEO Rainy Day Trust; Jonathan Collier, Monument Tools and Andrew Weiss, President Rainy Day Trust

The Totally DIY Awards Dinner held on 16th February saw the Rainy Day Trust present a Benefactor Award to Jonathan Collier of Monument Tools for the company’s outstanding contribution to the work of the Charity over a number of years.

Andrew Weiss, President of the Rainy Day Trust said: “We are extremely proud to be working with Monument Tools. We provide badly-needed financial help and other support to people who have worked in the home improvement industry and we wanted to recognise Monument Tools’ exceptional and generous support for us.”

The Rainy Day Trust operates across three sectors (builders merchants, DIY & Hardware and Housewares & Tabletop) which have a combined turnover of more than £50billion and employ close to 500,000 people. It is the only charity which exists solely to help people who have worked in these industries, including DIY Shops, Hardware Stores, Builders Merchants, Garden Centres, Cookshops, and all the manufacturers, distributors and retailers in the UK who supply them. The RDT grew out of two benevolent funds for the industry with roots back to 1843, and now offers a range of services to retail and supplier employees – from a regular cash payment to white goods and even house repairs.

Source : Rainy Day Trust Press Release

03 March 2016

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