U4L is helping Lewis-Manning Hospice Care go green!
The Bournemouth-based energy consultancy has switched three of the charity’s retail shops and the hospice building to 100% renewable energy and, as part of its net-zero carbon pledge, has planted 125 trees in the charity’s name across reforestation projects in Mozambique and Madagascar.
U4L Brand and Sustainability Manager Karin Moestam said “We are thrilled to be working with Lewis-Manning Hospice Care, as switching to renewable energy is such an important step in becoming a more sustainable organisation. By supporting reforestation projects, we’re also helping to reduce carbon emissions in the atmosphere and support local people and wildlife.”
“We are also continuing to promote our partnership with the hospice by offering a donation of £250 for every successful introduction made via Lewis-Manning Hospice Care, leading to a new client switching to clean energy with U4L. That way, we can really make a difference for the people in their care too.”
Nicki Cluley Corporate Partnership Fundraiser at Lewis-Manning Hospice Care said, “Our charity is delighted with the savings being made having switched to U4L and the green impact that this is having on the business. We are hugely grateful for the £1,000 donation that has been received. This could provide 48 hours of vital care to vulnerable patients who are isolated in their homes.”
To find out more about switching to renewable energy, all whilst raising money for a very worthy local cause please get in touch today by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org