A Larne SPAR store didn’t let recent Covid restrictions hinder its fundraising efforts for Marie Curie.
SPAR NI is supporting the Keeping Healthy, Staying Safe initiative, a collaboration between local communities, government, and businesses, to deliver activities for young people and the wider community.
SPAR Scotland has announced the results of the Community Cashback campaign. The campaign received nearly 7,000 votes and will giveaway 30,000 ((EURO)33,600) to community groups and charities that provide a variety of valuable services to communities around the country.
SPAR’s south west regional distribution company Appleby Westward is helping to distribute personal protective equipment (PPE) to 100 nurses across the region.
The Marie Curie hospice in Edinburgh recently suffered severe damage to their site due to a major flooding incident. As our national charity partner, SPAR Scotland clearly wanted to help with a donation. Our £1,000 will go towards replacing lost and damaged furniture within the hospice.
James Hall & Co., SPAR wholesaler for the north of England, has launched a new partnership with Too Good To Go. The initiative allows customers to access ‘magic bags’ of surplus stock at a bargain price and will be trialled across Lancashire and Merseyside, in 10 company owned stores.
James Hall & Co. and Lancashire SPAR stores are proudly supporting a new campaign by Lancashire Constabulary and the Lancashire Resilience Forum. The campaign is called #noexcuseforabuse and is designed to raise awareness of domestic abuse and signpost potential victims to the right support, through the Lancashire Victim Services.
An independent SPAR retailer in the Lancashire area has given three local charities a boost by donating £75,000. Lawrence Hunt & Co Ltd is a Lancashire based family business operating 26 SPAR stores and has donated £25,000 to Cash for Kids, St Catherine’s Hospice and St John’s Hospice, after seeing how they have suffered a loss of fundraising income following the Covid-19 pandemic.