(PRWEB UK) 21 March 2014
Through March and April AV Group, the modular buildings hire specialists are supporting the National Prostate Cancer UK campaign. To kick-start the initiative, they have commissioned specially designed units featuring the charity’s distinctive blue colour and logo, which are being delivered to construction firms and house builders across the country. AV Group will be donating one months rental income for all campaign-branded units ordered during March and April.
This week the first blue units have been delivered on-site to construction firms including McGoff and Byrne, Medlock Building and T&B Contractors, with more being delivered next week to Thomas Barnes, Taylor Wimpey North Thames, Eric Wright Group and United House.
Commenting on the support for Prostate Cancer Awareness Month AV Group Director Helen Scott said: “The construction industry is still a very male dominated industry and we wanted to play our part in helping to raise awareness of a disease which kills 10,000 men a year, and is the second most common cause or death among men. We will be fundraising at each of our depots in Manchester, Nottingham and Essex and will also be collecting on-site as we deliver units across the country to clients.”
AV Group are also urging all of it's employees and clients to undertake the Charity’s Men United test, a campaign to get men to join forces to beat cancer. Spearheaded by comedian Bill Bailey, Men United is five quick-fire questions about prostate cancer to help educate people about the disease.
The AV Group of companies provide modular buildings solutions all over the UK. Call 0800 012 6563 for or email helen(at)avdanzer(dot)co(dot)uk for more information or visit http://www.avdanzer.co.uk.