Since the early 90's Niftylift has supported and valued the local community, schools, colleges, charities and events.
Niftylift contribute where possible to support charities and events that benefit the community we serve.
- Milton Keynes Community Foundation
- Members since 1998
- Became patron members in 2005
- Through the foundation Niftylift can contribute to local charities that provide opportunities for disadvantaged children and vulnerable young people.
- Find out more about the MK Community Foundation
- Donations to numerous Charities
- Staff Fundraising
- Comic Relief
- Charity Runs & Expeditions
- Sponsor Events & Clubs
- Milton Keynes International Festival
- Local sports clubs
Niftylift regularly offer goods, services and expertise for support
- Local church roof repair
- For educational use in schools, colleges and Universities
Niftylift recognises the importance for the next generation to be aware of the careers, pathways and opportunities available within UK manufacturing.
- Niftylift Employee Volunteers
- Niftylift Employees volunteer at local schools offering careers advice based on the design and manufacturing industry
- Work Experience
- Niftylift offer work experience opportunities for school pupils in years 10-11
- There are opportunities to do an Engineering Apprenticeship Scheme at Niftylift which has run for over 20 years.
- Engineering in Education Scheme (EES)
- Since 2001 Niftylift has partnered with local schools assisting them with the Engineering in Education Scheme
- Niftylift Graduate mentors have assisted the young engineers to achieve 7 consecutive Platinum Awards and a Rolls Royce Award
- Award Sponsorship
- The Company has sponsored Awards in local schools and collages with the aim of encouraging awareness of Engineering and Innovation and highlighting the opportunities available in UK manufacturing.
Supporting students in higher education is fundamental to the progression of the next generation of engineers.
- Work Placements
- Work placements are available for undergraduate engineer students on sandwich courses and final year projects
- Milton Keynes Higher Education
- The Chairman of Niftylift is a representative on the Milton Keynes Higher Education Strategy Board