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Caring for the community. Newlife partnership

Posted on 21 September 2016

As an energy provider with a passion for caring for our community, we are proud to partner with Newlife Foundation for Disabled Children.

Newlife is the UK’s leading charity provider of children’s specialist disability equipment. Newlife aims to provide help and support to all children with disabilities or terminal illness and their families.

They do this by providing essential disability equipment, such as wheelchairs, specialist beds and car seats for children who would otherwise go without. They also provide a professional nurse service team, specialist toys to help families play together and items to help families of terminally ill children create enduring memories. Newlife campaign for change nationally and locally and we conduct ground-breaking medical research into the causes of birth defects.

100% Guarantee

The charity guarantee that every penny raised through their partnership with Co-operative Energy will be spent on changing the lives of children in the UK in urgent need of essential equipment.

Our partnership

The partnership aims to promote both parties, with a donation to Newlife every time a new customer signs up as a result of the promotional activities. These donations help to support the charity’s vital fund income.

Find out more

If you would like to know more or are interested in our fundraising or volunteering events which can help change lives please click here or contact Chris Fielding on 01543 431 474 or cfielding@newlifecharity.co.uk.

Further information about Newlife and the need in your county can be found by clicking here.

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