Nrl Continues Its Commitment To The Lighthouse Club Construction Charity

NRL Continues Its Commitment To The Lighthouse Club Construction Charity

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NRL Continues Its Commitment To The Lighthouse Club Construction Charity

  • Publish Date: Posted 3 months ago
  • Author: Laura Smith

Since its establishment in 1956, the Lighthouse Construction Industry Charityhas been providing crucial support to construction workers and their families in times of need. From financial assistance for those facing hardship to mental health and wellbeing support, the charity has become a vital lifeline for thousands of workers across the UK. NRL are proud to continue our partnership with the charity, as we recognise the importance of supporting the construction industry and the communities it serves in times of challenge.

The Lighthouse Club provides a range of services designed to support the wellbeing and safety of those working in the construction sector. Its emergency helpline provides assistance to those seeking financial or emotional support in times of crisis, and the team works tirelessly to ensure that those in the industry have access to the help they need when they need it.

The charity also offers a range of services aimed at promoting mental health and wellbeing in the sector. As many jobs can be physically and mentally demanding, construction workers can be particularly vulnerable to mental health problems. The Lighthouse Club has created several initiatives, including its ‘#MakeItVisible’ campaign, to help raise awareness, educate and support the industry's workforce. We were delighted to welcome them on-site at the Sunderland gigafactory earlier this year, where they delivered insightful, thought-provoking sessions with workers on the project.


The Lighthouse Club could not exist without the support of companies and individuals who donate and provide funding to keep its vital services running. NRL has a long-standing association with the construction industry, and we believe in the importance of supporting initiatives that help promote the wellbeing and safety of workers. In our position as a recruitment business, we liaise regularly construction workers in various settings including power stations, oil refineries, and plant facilities. We see, first-hand, the dedication and hard work of those who participate in the industry, and as such we acknowledge the value and need for supporting initiatives that help construction workers achieve a higher quality of life.

Our continued membership is not just an investment in the charity, but also the wellbeing and safety of construction workers and the communities they serve. We remain committed to providing support to those in need and we encourage other companies to get involved, as we all have an important role to play in supporting the wellbeing of the sector’s workforce.