Sheffield Forgemasters hosts stars of Salvage Hunters to raise thousands for Support Dogs

Sheffield steelmaker Forgemasters showed its caring side when it raised £3,400 for Support Dogs with the help of television show Salvage Hunters.

Wednesday, 3rd November 2021, 4:59 pm

The Brightside castings specialist hosted presenter Drew Pritchard and used the visit to sell old industrial furniture and lights, raising £3,400 for the charity, including £700 from employees.

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Forgemasters chose Support Dogs following a chance meeting between chief operating officer Gareth Barker and Chris Daykin, corporate partnerships manager at the charity, which provides assistance to people with autism, epilepsy and disabilities.

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Forgemasters chose Support Dogs following a chance meeting between chief operating officer Gareth Barker, pictured, and Chris Daykin, corporate partnerships manager at the charity, which provides life-changing assistance to people with autism, epilepsy and disabilities.
The charity raised £700 in donations from employees across the site.