Nisa staff donate £65k to charities
Symbol group Nisa Retail has donated £65,000 to over 100 worthy causes and charities based in Scunthorpe and the surrounding areas.
Staff at Nisa Retail’s Member Support Centre based at Normanby Enterprise Park chose 124 different charities and good causes which benefited from £300 each.
The money was raised through the company’s Making a Difference Locally charity which raises money by shoppers purchasing specific products in store with a percentage going into a virtual fund to be donated to worthy causes or charities.
One of the most popular causes was Crosby Junior Football Club which benefited from £2,100.
Kate Carroll, MADL charity manager, said: “As one of Scunthorpe’s largest companies, we’re proud to be able to support the local community, and over the years we have donated around £350,000 to the area through Making a Difference Locally.”
Other Scunthorpe organisations which benefited from the fundraising included The Forge project, Lindsey Lodge Hospice, Scunthorpe Beekeepers Society and Suicidal or Bereavement Support.
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