Singular News #10 : Printing for charity

As posted on patreon:

Hi Patrons!

It’s July already. Can you believe it? We have been keeping ourselves really busy since our last update, while at the same time making sure to get outside and enjoy a bit of the glorious British Summer we have been experiencing lately (more on that shortly). Here are a few updates on what has been going on at Singular MARS.

Singular MARS is hiring!

That’s right Patrons, you heard right! We are currently recruiting a Business Development Wizard to join our ranks. If words such as “lead gen”, “pipeline”, “prospects” and “CRM” get you excited, then this role could be for you. The position is part-time and home-based (although we ask that you make the occasional trip to our Horley offices from time-to-time). Sounds interesting or think you know someone that might be interested? Find out more here.

Walking for WasteAid

On a hot Summer’s day on Saturday 23 June, Singular MARS headed to London along with 100 other supporters of the charity WasteAid, where we walked 25km across the city of London, zigzagging over the River Thames from Putney to Tower Bridge. As one of the event sponsors, Singular MARS 3D printed medals for over 150 hours using recycled plastic filament (from Filmantive) which were handed out at the end to participants that completed the challenge.  In the spirit of “zero waste”, these medals could also be repurposed as keyrings following the event. During the event, many of the walkers participated in picking up litter along the route and the event also served as an opportunity to raise awareness around the fantastic work that WasteAid are doing within communities in low-income countries. We are proud to have played a part in the success of the day, as they managed to raise over £10k, and would like to thank you for your continued donations via Patreon which help make it possible for us to support worthy causes like this. Find out more about the event here.

Before I go,  I wanted to quickly remind you about our regular donations to Dave Hakkens (Precious Plastic), Fully Charged Show, Wikipedia, and Scott Santens who advocates for a Universal Basic Income, that keep happening thanks to you.

Please consider supporting us so that we can continue to get involved in these as well as other exciting projects, and don’t forget to follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram andLinkedIn.