Bradley Jando | Wednesday 14th October 2020 2:32pm
Here at Kwik Fit we want to say a massive thank you to the many customers who made donations to NHS Charities Together this year. In this difficult time where money has been tight for so many, your generosity has allowed us to raise £15,141 through online donations! Your donations have helped to provide crucial support to NHS staff and volunteers at a time of need, and everybody who donated should be immensely proud of the difference youíve been able to make.
About NHS Charities Together
NHS Charities Together is a collective group which works to represent, support, and champion the efforts of over 140 NHS charities, helping contribute to over £1million every day to the NHS. The donations made to NHS Charities Together help to fund major projects, crucial research and medical and protective equipment for use in hospitals. The work done by NHS Charities Together helps patients to access the best possible care, while also improving the working conditions for NHS staff.
Our Continued Charity Work
While we are incredibly proud of the amount that has been raised, the hard work does not stop here. We are continuing to raise money through online donations for our charity partner: Children with Cancer UK. Each year 4,500 children or young people in the UK are diagnosed with cancer. Children with Cancer UK aims to improve the survival rate and quality of life for young cancer patients, so that more children with cancer can ring the end of treatment bell.
How You Can Help
You can join us in supporting Children with Cancer UK by donating £1, or more if you can spare it, when you buy any product or service online at kwik-fit.com. Youíll be asked if you want to make a donation when you check out. Itís completely optional but in doing so you will be helping to support our Children with Cancer UK with their incredible work.
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