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Momentum Benefits From Charity Support From Engineering Firm Foster Wheeler

Momentum Benefits From Charity Support From Engineering Firm Foster Wheeler

Iain Calcott and Andrew Shaw of Foster Wheeler hand over a charity cheque to Gail Sinclair of Momentum.

Momentum’s Assist programme for people with spinal cord injuries has received a boost with a charity donation from engineering firm Foster Wheeler.

A cheque for £550 was received from the firm for use at Momentum’s project at the Queen Elizabeth National Spinal Injuries unit at Glasgow’s Southern general Hospital.

Foster Wheeler is a leading international engineering, procurement, construction and project management contractor and power equipment supplier

Its Glasgow operation has set up a charity committee to provide support to numerous locally based charities – including those in which Foster Wheeler employees are involved or for which they have taken part in charitable fundraising events.

Hutton Bremner, Senior Process Engineer, recently nominated Momentum to benefit from a donation by the charity committee.

A cheque was recently presented by Iain Calcott, General Manager Glasgow Operations, and Andrew Shaw, Charity Committee member to Gail Sinclair, Area Manager with Momentum.

Iain Calcott said: “The donation from our charity committee will go towards the purchase of a television set and clamp stand to provide assistance with technology training for those in need at Momentum.

“We are delighted to support Momentum and we aim to continue to support local charities and contribute to our local community.”