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Support NHS charities and win a boiler

To raise funds for NHS Charities Together, boiler manufacturer Worcester Bosch has launched a raffle, giving away two limited edition versions of the brand’s most popular boiler – the Greenstar i.

Worcester Bosch wants to recognise the outstanding work of the NHS with its raffle and has vowed to match donations up to £10,000.

The boilers will be exclusively wrapped in two unique rainbow designs, inspired by the symbol the country is using to celebrate the work of the NHS.

The brand hopes to raise as much as possible to help NHS Charities Together – an association of NHS Charities that support the NHS, its staff, volunteers and patients in the UK.

A single entry costs £5, however entrants can donate as much as they wish, with every £5 counting as a separate submission. This means a donation of £50 would give the entrant 10 opportunities to win.

This is the latest of several Worcester Bosch initiatives that are continuing to support the NHS. Other initiatives also include:

- The company repurposed its Clay Cross factory to create 500 metal ventilator casings for the NHS.

- The company has also been using its 3D printing services to produce ear guards for frontline workers’ face masks, with a further 700 to be distributed in in the next few weeks.

- Many employees have also dedicated their spare time to sewing scrubs for the NHS to show their appreciation for the sacrifice many of these key workers are making.

Vic Billings, director of marketing at Worcester Bosch said; “We are so grateful to those working in the NHS during this crisis and want to show our appreciation in any way possible, including matching donations up to £10,000. We hope that our raffle helps NHS Charities Together to continue the incredible work they are doing on behalf of the NHS and brings some warmth to our two winners in these tough times.”

Entries must be made before the closing date of 25th June, with winners announced the following week. The winners of this competition must ensure that the products are installed by a registered Gas Safe engineer.

26 May 2020


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