Two Midlands-based businesses will take to the pitch this week with the aim of raising hundreds of pounds for mental health.
Kingswinford-based Altodigital, the largest independent supplier of office technology in the UK, will take on Birmingham-based HealthTrust Europe, a healthcare solutions partner focused on improving healthcare within the communities they serve, in the charity football match.
Altodigital is an awarded Document Services supplier on a CoreTrust Europe contract, a subsidiary of HealthTrust Europe. This enables CoreTrust Europe’s members to access the services of Altodigital’s consultancy teams in order to fulfil print and document management requirements.
The game will take place at the University of Birmingham on Thursday 25th April in aid of Mind, the national charity which provides advice and support to those suffering with mental health issues.
Tim Hubbard, Corporate Business Development Director for Altodigital and passionate Wolves fan, said the game will mark the new working relationship between the two companies.
“Altodigital has a long history of supporting community events and we are proud to take part in the match alongside our new partners HealthTrust Europe,” he said. “While it will be a friendly game in support of Mind, secretly we both want to win for the bragging rights.”
Nanette Grant, Associate Vice President, Group Purchasing Organisation of HealthTrust Europe said: “It is wonderful to join forces in this charity match which is one of a number of scheduled events we have planned in order to raise money for our chosen charity Mind and support the tremendous work they do.”