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National Windscreens continued support for MRF

National Windscreens continued support for MRF

22 November 2012

National Windscreens, the UK’s largest independent vehicle glass repair and replacement company has set a new fund-raising target for Meningitis Research Foundation after topping £16,000 with their latest donation.

The local company presented us with a cheque for £1,600 which was raised a result of a 17-strong team, which competed against 26 other crews in the annual Dragon Boat Festival at Bristol’s historic city dock in September.

Regional Operations Manager, Alan Mealing said: “It was an amazing day with all Departments of National Windscreens coming together and we would like to thank everybody who helped us achieve this fabulous fund-raising result.”

Regional Sales and Marketing Director Martyn Bennett, who was part of the team said: “Our previous fund-raising target was a long-held ambition and now that we have achieved that we are setting our sights on £20,000.”

Kate Baldwin, Corporate & Development Fundraising Officer at Meningitis Research Foundation said: “We’re so grateful to National Mobile Windscreens for all their support over the years helping to raise much-needed funds for our work to fight meningitis, their continued support also helps raise awareness of this devastating disease.”

Photo caption: (l-r) Kate Baldwin of MRF receives the cheque from Alan Mealing of National Windscreens.

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