Cwmbran-based RPS Technology Solutions are proud to announce that their chosen charity of the year is Prostate Cymru.
The entire RPS team will be getting involved in fundraising events for the voluntary group dedicated to fighting Prostate Cancer.
RPS creates bespoke, innovative telecommunications solutions for a diverse range of SMEs across the UK. Their fully engineered, hosted Voice Over IP telephony network, designed utilising broadband integrated directly to their hosting platforms, ensures a first-class quality service. The company currently hosts well over 1.5 million minutes per annum.
RPS have previously supported the charity having supplied an entirely new and effective telecommunication system to aid the charity in their vital work.
The next year will see the team taking part in various events starting with the annual Ray Murray Golf Challenge on May 17th. Following this, staff will be taking part in the Five Valleys Sportive through scenic South Wales, the Cardiff Half Marathon, a Big Breakfast with a collection for donations, and the brave even set to take part in a skydive.
Prostate Cymru was established in 2003 and is the leading charity in Wales fighting against all prostate diseases. The charity works with medical professionals and aims to raise awareness, promote understanding and fund both the latest medical equipment and training of healthcare professionals. Prostate Cymru’s aim is to ensure that all men in Wales have equal access to tests, treatments, knowledge and support.
Ron Griffiths, Founder and Managing Director of RPS Technology Solutions, said: “We are honoured to announce Prostate Cymru as our charity of the year. We hope our efforts will contribute to their hard work in the fight against Prostate Cancer. The work they do is essential and we as a team are thrilled that we can support such a worthy cause.”
Tina Tew, Chief Executive at Prostate Cymru, said: “We are beyond grateful to RPS for the continued support that we have received. Their efforts in helping the charity grow have been invaluable. Their fundraising will contribute to us one day beating cancer and all men in Wales having equal access to the support and treatment that they deserve.”