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Lidl announces Charity of the Year partnership with CLIC Sargent

Groceries store Lidl launches 15 month Charity of the year partnership with Leading children and young people’s cancer charity CLIC Sargent.

Aiming to raise £150,000 to help children and young people with cancer, Lidl and CLIC Sargent will work together by fundraising which will include running marathons, gathering donations and bucket collections as well as organizing Christmas parties for the children.

Kicking it off this week, Lidl made a pledge to donate 30p from every pack of Oaklands British apples to CLIC Sargent, plus for every new Facebook fan this week Lidl will donate £1, and just to top it all off they will donate a lump sum of £10,000 when their Facebook fanbase reaches 200,000!

The current number of Facebook fans to the Lidl UK Facebook page is 193,666 so get over their
and LIKE their page today!

We have became a fan on Facebook – If you want to take part become a fan here: Lidl Facebook

Georgina Hall, Lidl Spokesperson, says, “We’re thrilled to be working with such a wonderful charity. We’ve seen first hand how enormously important their services are and how much it means to the children who benefit from them. We’re really looking forward to a successful partnership where we manage to raise lots of funds for this incredibly worthwhile cause.”

Money raised will help to pay for a variety of services to help children and young people with cancer.

  • £2.50 would pay for a copy of Shout Out, CLIC Sargent’s magazine for children and young people aged seven to 13, to help them feel less isolated.
  •     £4 would pay for a copy of a CLIC Sargent storybook to help explain cancer in simple terms to a child.
  •     £33 would pay for a family to stay overnight in one of CLIC Sargent’s eight Home from Homes.

Georgina Hall, Lidl Spokesperson, says, “We’re thrilled to be working with such a wonderful charity. We’ve seen first hand how enormously important their services are and how much it means to the children who benefit from them. We’re really looking forward to a successful partnership where we manage to raise lots of funds for this incredibly worthwhile cause.”

Celine Gomez, Head of Corporate Partnerships says, “We are looking forward to working with Lidl and building a successful relationship to help children and young people.

Every day, in the UK 10 children and young people hear shocking news they have cancer, so lets take part and help raise some money.
CLIC Sargent

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