SCCT have announced that this summer’s overseas trip will be to Mongolia
Families in the rural area around Altanbulag currently find themselves migrating to cities in order to get an education for their children. However once in the city many of these people find themselves unable to get proper work and as a consequence are unable to support their families. It’s a viscous cycle.
Mike was first take advantage of our new sabbaticals, taking his wife Jenni and baby daughter Ruby to the other side of the world.
Highlights from their trip included a drive along Australia’s Great Ocean Road, a tour of the Barossa wine region Smith Corp trainer Craig Wilkes and time travelling in Tasmania. On their way home they spent some time in Singapore – the highlight being cocktails on top of the Marina Bay Sands Hotel .
Over the end of July and beginning of August eight of our SmithCorp employees took the opportunity and travelled to Namibia to embark on a charity project to help out a local primary school in a very small community in Damaraland, Namibia…
It was a case of taking leadership to the next level during the month of March as our LDP leadership group participated in a drone flying session, led by The Phantom Flying School, UK’s longest established drone flying school.
The SmithCorp Charitable Trust has been busy again but this time not building a school in a deprived part of the world, rather helping the Bristol community by refurbishing the halls and classrooms of a local junior school.
Last month eight of our SmithCorp employees travelled to Costa Rica to embark on a charity project to build a primary school in a village 30 minutes from Nicoya, after it was ruined by an earthquake 6 years ago.