£10,000 Worth Of Consumer Goods Donated To Local Charities
Pallets of consumer goods given away in huge charitable giveaway
St Luke’s Hospice, Bluebell Wood and the Weston Park Cancer Charity all benefit
Stock including various toiletries, cosmetics, fragrances and gifts all donated
Pricecheck has recently given away numerous large pallet boxes of consumer goods to its three chosen local charities, totalling £10,000 worth of stock.
Bluebell Wood, St Luke’s Hospice and the Weston Park Cancer Charity each received pallet-sized boxes full of various consumer goods to donate to patients, use as raffle prizes, or sell on in their various charity shops throughout the region.
The contents of each box contained a variety of products totalling £1,000, including toiletries such as toothbrushes, deodorants and shampoos, as well as fragrances and other gift items.
One of the Corporate Fundraisers at Bluebell Wood, Dave Hall, said: “We have been lucky enough to receive support from Pricecheck for a number of years now and one thing this includes is donations of pallets containing a variety of toiletries, cosmetics and beauty items.
“These various products will be used in our children's and adult’s bedrooms, as well as around the hospice itself."
“Because Pricecheck helps provide patients and their families with basic things such as toothbrushes, toothpaste and shampoo, it means they don't have to worry about the little things and can spend all of their time creating memories with their children.”
“We are so appreciative of the support we receive from Pricecheck and the partnership we have built and cannot thank them enough.”
Mark Lythe, Joint Managing Director at Pricecheck revealed his pride at knowing what difference the donated stock can make to local families when visiting their loved ones at Bluebell Wood, St Luke’s Hospice or at the Weston Park Hospital.
“It’s great knowing that simple items that we use each and every day at home can make such a huge difference to patients when being treated for cancer, or families when visiting their children. We’re more than happy to continue providing our chosen charities with pallets of stock and hope to do more in the future.”
Jack Kidder, Corporate Fundraising Manager at St Luke’s Hospice also expressed his gratitude for the large amount of products they received. He said:
“We are incredibly grateful to Pricecheck for generously donating this selection of products to be used by our patients. We have already distributed a large amount to our fourteen charity shops across Sheffield, as well as made some of the stock available for sale in our reception for visitors and staff. We rely on the support of companies like Pricecheck to be able to continue providing vital care to adults across Sheffield living with a terminal illness and their families.”