Employees from Shilling Communication have returned home from a charity project in Nepal.
The staff spent 10 days working with international anti-poverty agency ActionAid building houses for Nepalese people freed from Kamaiya, a traditional system of bonded labour in Southern Nepal.
Kevin Shilling, chief executive officer at Shilling Communication, said: “[Corporate] social responsibility is a very important part of who we are as an organisation and Shilling supports a charity project such as this every year.
“The charity is chosen by the company’s charity committee and members of our team are given the opportunity to apply to get involved and take a hands-on role.
“I am always encouraged and proud by the team’s unbelievable enthusiasm for the projects every year. Whether it is supporting a range of fundraising activities or dedicating their time to making the trip they always show an incredible commitment to the cause.”
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