A CARING company has offered its help to local communities.
Sun Microsystems in Linlithgow wants to hear about worthwhile projects which need extra, unpaid help from its staff during the firm’s forthcoming annual Worldwide Volunteer Week.
In the past Sun workers have tackled everything from community clean-ups to taking part in charity fundraisers. They are hoping to make a similar impact during this year’s Sun Volunteer Week, which runs from April 8 to 15.
A spokesman said: “The Week is our way of giving back something to the community in which we live and work. As ever, we’re looking for lots of great ideas from the public on how we can make a real difference during this year’s event.”
Anyone with suggestions should write to the Community Affairs Team at Sun Microsystems Scotland BV, Springfield, Linlithgow. Alternatively you can call 01506 672874 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Sun began life in California in 1982, opening its Scottish plant in Linlithgow in 1990. It has built up a reputation as a leading provider of industrial-strength hardware, software and services. To find out more about Sun, visit the company’s website at sun.co.uk
About Sun Microsystems, Inc.
Since its inception in 1982, a singular vision – The Network is The Computer™ – has propelled Sun Microsystems (Nasdaq: SUNW) to its position as a leading provider of industrial-strength hardware, software and services that power the Internet and allow companies worldwide to “.com” their businesses. With $13 billion in annual revenues, Sun can be found in more than 170 countries.
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Issued by THEPRSTORE on behalf of Sun Microsystems Scotland BV
For more information contact Adrian Mahoney
Tel: 01506 823714
Mobile: 07967 150560
Iona McCullagh, Communications and Public Affairs Manager
Sun Microsystems Scotland BV
Tel: 01506 672874