MIRRORS for Training has donated four of its mirrors to Help for Heroes, which will be used in the gym at one of the charity’s recovery centres to help with rehabilitation and recovery.
The company, best known for supplying and installing floor to ceiling mirrors in gyms, has donated the products to Phoenix House at Catterick in North Yorkshire, one of Help for Heroes’ four recovery centres, and the only one in the North.
Managing director Andrea Miles said: “Help for Heroes approached me asking if they could purchase four gym mirrors. My immediate thought was that I could give them the mirrors, so that’s what I did.
“The mirrors supplied are fully portable, so can be moved around to different rooms or next to different pieces of equipment as needed.
“Help for Heroes is an amazing charity who do extraordinary work with injured servicemen and women.
“It’s nice to feel that I’ve been able to help in a small way, and that the charity can put the money that they would have used for gym mirrors towards other equipment.”
Go backPosted on 21st January 2015