Cleaning equipment supply company The Cleaning Collective has lent its support to Children's Hospice South West.
The company said it recognised the extra strain put on the charity’s essential fundraising activities due to the coronavirus pandemic and wanted to do something to help.
So as part of its Hospice Campaign, the Scarborough-based company is donating five per cent of online sales of home and business cleaning products to chosen hospice partners.
Other hospice charities being supported are Saint Catherine’s in Scarborough, Teesside Hospice in Middlesbrough, and St Ann's Hospice in Manchester.
Jess Bray from The Cleaning Collective said: “Hospices rely on fundraising to be able to provide families across the UK with the amazing care and support they offer day in day out. Since social distancing was introduced in March, this task has become even more difficult than before.
We are delighted to support Children’s Hospice South West through our new initiative and hope to donate as much as possible over the course of this year.
“All orders placed online within the South West will qualify for a five per cent donation to Children’s Hospice South West and this won't cost you a penny.”
The charity has had to cancel or postpone many of its fundraising events this year and is reliant on voluntary donations to help it raise the £11million-a-year needed to run its three hospices in North Devon, North Somerset and Cornwall.
Amanda Gallagher, Corporate Fundraiser at CHSW said: “We are really grateful to all of our supporters at this time and want to thank The Cleaning Collective for choosing to support CHSW as one of their chosen charities.
“Support like this at this time really will help to ensure local children and families can continue to receive the vital care they need now and into the future.”
To find out more about The Cleaning Collective’s Hospice Campaign and to order a range of janitorial supplies, cleaning equipment, household products and hygiene supplies at discounted prices, visit The Cleaning Collective website