Park Group – the UK's leading multi-retailer, multi-channel gift voucher and prepaid gift card provider,– has signed up one of the UK’s largest charity retailers, British Heart Foundation.
The charity is utilising Park’s Love2shop vouchers as a prize for itscustomers in the annual Christmas raffle. Raffle tickets are £1 each and the money raised will help to fund vital life-saving research into heart and circulatory diseases.
Every single one of the charity’s 730 shops and stores will host its own raffle, giving customers the chance to win a £100 Love2shop voucher in every shop, with the winners being drawn on 21st December 2018.
The UK-based charity has also signed up to accept Park’s leading multi-retailer Love2shop voucher in its 730 UK stores. The deal means that the British Heart Foundation are the first charity to accept Love2shop vouchers in their nationwide stores.
Julian Coghlan, Park Group’s Operations Director commented on the partnership: “The addition of British Heart Foundation is brilliant for Park. As a charity close to a lot of people’s hearts, it is great to see Love2shop vouchers being used to help fund their vital heart research. Having a charity on board is an exciting step for us as a company, and we are so pleased we could contribute to their charity raffle as well!”
Allison Swaine-Hughes, Retail Director from British Heart Foundation said: “We are really pleased to join forces with Love2shop and offer our customers another way to support our vital work for the 7 million people living with heart and circulatory diseases across the UK.”
Love2shop vouchers are now accepted by more than 175 national brands and over 20,000 high street stores across the UK, including Argos, Boots, Clarks, Debenhams, HMV, Iceland, New Look, River Island, TK Maxx, Matalan, Mothercare and Pizza Express.
"The addition of British Heart Foundation is brilliant for Park. As a charity close to a lot of peoples hearts it is great to see Love2shop vouchers being used to help fund their vital heart research."
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