Lincoln telecoms training company is inaugural ‘Scotty’s Business Hero’
Cable Telecommunications Training Services Ltd, based in Lincolnshire, has become the very first Scotty’s Little Soldiers Business Hero – a new initiative set up to help raise vital funds for children’s Armed Forces charity, Scotty’s Little Soldiers.
Company owner, Martyn Cook, is proud to become one of the founding members. Martyn comes from a military background himself and served for 20 years in the 1st Battalion Light Infantry. Cable Telecommunications Training Ltd was established more than 22 years ago and is the largest resettlement company for the telecommunications industry in Britain, providing a wide range of courses for those leaving the Services.
Founded by war widow Nikki Scott in 2010, Scotty’s Little Soldiers supports children across the UK. The charity was set up in memory of Nikki’s husband and father to her two children, Corporal Lee Scott, after he was killed in Afghanistan in 2009.
The Scotty’s Business Heroes initiative is a new venture aimed at small businesses and organisations that are keen to give a little back and make a difference to those who have lost a parent while serving in the Armed Forces. Says Nikki, ‘We know there are more like-minded folk in the UK who can really help our members. We want to work together with companies to support children who have lost a parent in the Armed Forces.’
Businesses large and small can become a Scotty’s Little Soldiers Business Hero. To find out more, please email: business@Scottyslittlesoldiers.co.uk or call Kate Dring on 07392 868290 for a confidential chat. To learn more about Scotty’s Little Soldiers, visit: http://www.scottyslittlesoldiers.co.uk
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