Innergy believes in taking a very active role in community activities, supporting charities and working directly with local and national projects.
As such, we have committed to dedicating both time and money to these projects continuously throughout the year.
Our objective is to provide others the opportunity to exercise their potential in both their work and personal lives by using our energy, resources and expertise.
Some of the charitible cuases we are involved with include:
The Forever Friends Appeal (Charity Registration No. 1058323)
In 2005, the first son of Innergy CEO James Osborne passed away, having spent a number of weeks being cared for by the incredible staff of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) of the Royal United Hospital in Bath.
At the Royal United Hospital, 1 in 10 babies are born too small, too sick or too soon and therefore need additional care. The Dyson Centre for Neonatal Care (NICU) provides this to around 300 babies every year. These babies, who can weigh less than a bag of sugar and fit in the palm of your hand, need everything that modern technology can offer.
This very Centre was 50% funded by The Forever Friends Appeal, from charitable support as part of the NICU ‘space to grow’ Campaign and provides these premature babies with the best possible start in life!
Charitable donations continue provide state-of-the-art treatment and diagnostic equipment that helps staff deliver the best possible care to these fragile young lives. Examples of the types of equipment that are required by NICU are:
- Incubators - a special cot that keeps babies warm and can control the moisture level (humidity).
- Monitors - machines that might be used to keep track of a baby’s heart beat, breathing rate, blood pressure and temperature.
- Bili blankets - a portable phototherapy device for the treatment of neonatal jaundice.
Thank you for your generosity and for supporting this very worthwhile cause.
"Thank you to everyone who donated this year, and in particular those who motivated me to complete my first Marathon in November, raising over £4,000 on the day. I am so very grateful for your support." - James Osborne