Numark has donated over 2,500 first aid kits to the people of Garguga via charity Road2Uganda.

The move came about following a conversation Numark member Christine Tomlinson, owner of Nash pharmacy in Bolton, had with the telesales team.

Tomlinson mentioned her son Krishnan was on his way to Uganda to do some charity work and asked if the company had any products to support people in need.  The upshot was Numark's donation.

“My son Krishnan showed interest in charity work early in 2017," said Tomlinson. "As a family we have supported him every step of the way, his efforts include providing clothes, shoes, food and stationary."

“The first aid kits have gone to a great cause where many young people in need have benefited. Thank you to Numark for supporting such a great cause.” 

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