Playing Their Part
Working towards a better future, championing mental health awareness and raising money for good causes - check out how our family of Sponsors and Partners have been Playing Their Part.
SP Energy Networks
Official Community Partner of Glasgow Warriors, SP Energy Networks have been continuing their commitment to building a better future following the announcement of their biggest recruitment drive in five years.
126 graduates, trainees and apprentices will join the company over the course of 2021, as they look to deliver a better future quicker for Scotland and beyond.
In addition, SP ENergy Networks and Glasgow Warriors have teamed up to reward unsung community heroes with the launch of the SP Energy Networks Community Hero of the Year award - full details will be revealed in this year's Glasgow Warriors Awards Week, sponsored by The Malcolm Group.
We have teamed up with @GlasgowWarriors to recognise some of our community heroes who have gone above and beyond to make a difference over the past year. 🙌
Check out the tweet below to find out how to nominate your community hero for our Community Hero Award 👇 https://t.co/VyeIuBP2Sq
— SP Energy Networks (@SPEnergyNetwork) May 17, 2021
Mackenzie Construction has been doing its bit for mental health awareness over the last month, with the club's Official Civil Engineering Partner supporting Mental Health Awareness Week.
The Glasgow-based group has been championing discussing mental health in the workplace, as well as running a nature photo competition in line with this year's theme of the week.
#MentalHealthAwarenessWeek | Today we are reflecting on the importance of mental health within our industry and with the added challenges over the past year, we are committed to shaping positive attitudes towards wellbeing and continue to make mental health a priority. pic.twitter.com/i0oOuf6jfO
— Mackenzie Construction (@MackenzieConstr) May 10, 2021
#MentalHealthAwarenessWeek | The theme of this week is nature. Our Health & Wellbeing Committee are always encouraging the team to get out and about and recently we had our March step challenge and nature photo competition - look at some of the great entries we’ve had so far! pic.twitter.com/rfM7N7Q9ZM
— Mackenzie Construction (@MackenzieConstr) May 13, 2021
Members of Team HM took on the Step Count Challenge during April and May, with the various teams recording an incredible 16 million steps in total as they got out and about in a post lockdown world. The five members of the winning team each received a signed Glasgow Warriors top for their efforts.
The leading Scottish law firm also chalked up another significant milestone, holding a virtual celebration to mark 15 years of partnership with the National Autistic Society Scotland, helping to deliver the Education Rights Service to parents in Scotland.
We're absolutely delighted to be celebrating 15 years of partnership with @AutismScotland today! Supporting the delivery of the Education Rights Service to parents and children in Scotland has been an honour from the start.
▶️ https://t.co/BavT1RaXKL pic.twitter.com/e23CHMLXOi
— Harper Macleod LLP (@HarperMacleod) May 12, 2021
Braehead lent their support to Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity over the course of May, helping Team Glasgow beat their Edinburgh counterparts in Lap The Map 2021.
Staff at the centre did their bit to complete the 75,868km distance - the length of Europe's coastlines - in the aid of raising money for the charity.
Well done to all!