Windows and doors supplier REHAU, has been showing support for a local charity and donated over £350.
The Ross-on-Wye based company hosted a raffle at this year’s Ross Carnival, which raised £177 for the Ross Community Food Larder. Furthermore, REHAU matched the £177 raised at the event, and gave the Ross Community Food Larder a cheque for an additional £177.
Martin Hitchin, Chief Executive from REHAU said: “We are really proud of our staff’s fundraising efforts at this year’s carnival. Through the generosity of the businesses that provided prizes for the raffle and the people who bought tickets on the day, we’ve been able to give a notable donation to a very worthwhile charity and help lots more people who are facing tough times.”
The Ross Community Food Larder is an organisation which supports individuals and families facing hardship.
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