has announced that 500 plumbers and electricians will spend a day fixing plumbing and electrical issues at St Chads in Rotorua, New Zealand as part of the the trans-Tasman conference LaserCon 2018. Champion race car driver and New Zealander Steve Richards, who is also the Laser Ambassador, will be helping Laser Plumbing and Electrical at the St Chads project.
Established in 1984, St Chads provides services for people aged 16 to 64 who are living with various disabilities. The organisation provides resources, training, life skills and connection programs designed to enable clients to engage with the local community and achieve regular life outcomes that many of us take for granted.
Laser Plumbing and Electrical identified St Chads as the recipient of the annual taskforce project after contacting the Geyser Community Foundation, which assists many of the regions charitable organisations.
Laser Group chief executive for Australia and New Zealand Steve Keil says when helping organisations like St Chads the Group focuses on creating sustainable solutions to issues facing non profit organisations, enabling them to decrease running costs through energy efficiency and update equipment which may have been on their wish list.