Like many, Proludic has been particularly touched by the extraordinary efforts shown by our NHS and key workers during the COVID-19 crisis.

To help recognise this and to leave a legacy for their unconditional commitment to work throughout this pandemic, Proludic has decided to help support some of ‘their communities’. The ‘100 Rainbows Pledge’ will see Proludic pledge £100 to a local charity of a client’s choice that supports an initiative where key workers, their families and their communities will benefit. This will be repeated on 100 play areas throughout the rest of this year, equating to £10,000 in charitable donations.

Children have used the rainbow as a symbol of hope as we have all lived through the difficulties faced during this pandemic, supporting the NHS and key workers. As the Proludic rainbow spreads across the UK you will be able to search on their website to read community stories and see where their rainbow plaques are installed. A Proludic rainbow will feature as a plaque on each of these sites and have been created using rainbow hand prints by the children in the Proludic family.

The first recipient of the Rainbow Plaque will be Churchfields Recreation Ground in Chessington. The site will be transformed into a modern, inclusive, challenging and exciting play area for the local community and giving them £100 towards a community initiative or ‘key worker’ charity of their choice.


Like many, Proludic has been particularly touched by the extraordinary efforts shown by our NHS and key workers during the COVID-19 crisis.

To help recognise this and to leave a legacy for their unconditional commitment to work throughout this pandemic, Proludic has decided to help support some of ‘their communities’. The ‘100 Rainbows Pledge’ will see Proludic pledge £100 to a local charity of a client’s choice that supports an initiative where key workers, their families and their communities will benefit. This will be repeated on 100 play areas throughout the rest of this year, equating to £10,000 in charitable donations.

Children have used the rainbow as a symbol of hope as we have all lived through the difficulties faced during this pandemic, supporting the NHS and key workers. As the Proludic rainbow spreads across the UK you will be able to search on their website to read community stories and see where their rainbow plaques are installed. A Proludic rainbow will feature as a plaque on each of these sites and have been created using rainbow hand prints by the children in the Proludic family.

The first recipient of the Rainbow Plaque will be Churchfields Recreation Ground in Chessington. The site will be transformed into a modern, inclusive, challenging and exciting play area for the local community and giving them £100 towards a community initiative or ‘key worker’ charity of their choice.


 
 
 
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