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Fundraising scheme lets shoppers raise money for hospitals

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An innovative new fundraising scheme will allow shoppers to raise money for thier local hospital while they shop.

The hospital gift loyalty card, tracks purchases and makes a donation to a hospital trust for each £25 spent.

Shoppers can choose which hospital they would like to support and earn money for themselves at the same time.

David Sweetman, from the company behind the scheme, Gifting Solutions, is pleased with the success so far. He says “We’ve been working closely with our platform provider for several months and I believe we have something unique in the marketplace,”

“With other cashback schemes all the money generated goes to the customer, but Hospital Gift customers still have the incentive of earning money for themselves with the added satisfaction that they’re also generating donations.”

Managing Director of Gifting Solutions, Adam Gregory, is registered disabled and has a good understanding of the needs of Hospital Charitable Trust. He is convinced that the scheme will help revolutionise hospital charity fundraising in this country.

Mr Gregory said “The recession has hit charities hard with many reporting a significant downturn in revenue over the past 12 months. With these initiatives, charity not only begins at home, but everyone wins.”



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