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Rainy Day Trust signs up Polypal

Published: 14 January 2013
The retail storage and display equipment supplier Polypal has become the latest business to sign up for the Rainy Day Trust's partnership scheme.
Polypal's managing director David McQueen said the business was "delighted to become a formal partner of such an important industry charity." He added: "Polypal have worked closely with the leading players in the home improvement industry for many years.

"Product requirements have been supported with engineering and technical advice, installation services, dedicated account management and full project management. We wanted to extend this support to the people who have worked in the industry and now need help."

The Rainy Day Trust dates back to 1843 and remains the only charity specifically serving the needs of the home improvement industry. Through annual pensions and one-off grants, it assists people who have spent a significant part of their working lives in the industry and now find they need a helping hand. Since 2003 the Trust has given away more than £1m.

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