Installers & wholesalers encouraged to nominate projects to win lighting installation
Ansell Lighting has launched a new campaign to recognise and reward the work of community projects across the country.
The Ansell Shine A Light campaign will highlight projects and initiatives, many of which have provided vital support and services in the last couple of years, with the winner receiving a lighting installation worth up to £5,000 to help them improve their facilities.
And Ansell is calling on its customers and partners, from wholesalers to installers and end-users, to support the campaign by nominating their local projects and spreading the word about the competition.
Whether it is a grass roots sports club that needs pitch-side lighting to extend its usable hours, a foodbank that needs better lighting for its storage and distribution areas or a community village hall that needs smart lighting to suit everything from a toddler group to a counselling session – the campaign is open to all.
The prize will include lighting consultation and design, products and a contribution of up to £2,000 towards installation by an approved electrician.
Nominations are open now, until Friday September 2nd. Judges will then compile a shortlist, which will be out to a public vote, with the winner announced in October.
Mark Abbott, Managing Director at Ansell Lighting, said: “In our 30th birthday year we wanted to give something back to communities. The last couple of years have been tough on everyone and community projects have done an amazing job in providing support, entertainment and leisure activities to people who needed them.
“The prize is intended to help the winning project to transform its premises in order to continue and expand its good work. We hope our customers and partners will join us and put forward projects and initiatives to be considered for this campaign and in doing so shine a light on some of the fabulous work that goes on in our communities.”
Projects and initiatives should be owned, developed and led by the communities they serve. Nominations can come from the project or initiative itself or from other members of the community.
For full details, terms and conditions and to compete a nomination, click here