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Wear Red for RedR this Friday

RedR’s annual ‘Wear Red for RedR’ day will take place on Friday, with much of the focus of this year’s fundraising going to the ongoing Haiti reconstruction.

RedR have issued a ‘thank you’ to engineers who have backed the charity in its work to assist relief organizations in Haiti.

A RedR spokesperson contacted NCE to thank readers, and convey: “How much we appreciate the support you have given to the RedR Haiti Appeal.

“As a result, we have received a lot of donations to the Appeal, the total from the appeal now stands at over £146,000.”

The Haiti team is now operating in Haiti, and is updating via blog, which can be read at

The Haiti appeal continues, however, as the humanitarian and now rebuilding operation proceeds following the 7.0 magnitude earthquake on 12 January.

Wear Red For RedR day is on Friday 12 February, and consultants and contractors have already pledged their support.

Contact Marta on 020 7840 6005 or visit for details of how to participate.

Already signed-up to RedR’s Wear Red for RedR:

  • Arup
  • BAM Nuttall
  • Bechtel
  • Black & Veatch
  • Buro Happold
  • Capita Symonds
  • CH2M Hill
  • Cundall
  • FaberMaunsell
  • Millard Consulting
  • Mott MacDonald
  • MWH
  • PB
  • RAE
  • Royal Haskoning
  • Scott Wilson
  • SKM
  • IMechE
  • Tony Gee
  • Waterman Group – Haiti specific
  • WSP UK
  • XLN

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