IT@Spectrum offer their support to Hull Samaritans

By IT@Spectrum | Posted: 10 Oct 2017

The Hull Samaritans branch is one of 203 branches offering everyone, regardless of background, the time and space to work through their problems. They do not judge or give advice,  they allow people to work out their own way forward.

There has been a branch in Hull for over 50 years, their focus being to support the local community, but also working with other branches to provide an around the clock service. 

Today, one of our Senior Account Managers, Adrian Lockyer, was met by a warm welcome from Esther Allison, the Hull Samaritan Director. IT@Spectrum have assisted Samaritans with their print costs and fleet optimisation by donating a premium Canon photocopier, with the addition of full after-sales support and a comprehensive e-maintenance package.

 This will allow Samaritans to focus on their important mission:

'OFFERING A SAFE PLACE FOR YOU TO TALK ANYTIME YOU LIKE, IN YOUR OWN WAY – ABOUT WHATEVER’S GETTING TO YOU'

Samaritans provide a free anonymous number to contact at any time you like, in your own way - about whatever's getting to you. Samaritans' vision is that fewer people die by suicide, and they are aiming to achieve this through dedicated volunteers being available to those in need 24 hours a day. Suicide is not inevitable, it is preventable, and Samaritans believe that by working in partnership with others, fewer people will die by suicide. 

It is the public's kind donations and more than 20,000 trained volunteers that mean Samaritans is always there for anyone struggling to cope. IT@Spectrum are pleased to offer their services to Samaritans, enabling them to continue with the incredible work they do in our community and nationwide.

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