Mode’s charity donations totals over £25k this year!

Mode has always had a long standing relationship with its 3 charities: Together for Short Lives, Marie Curie and Blue Cross. In our pursuit of being mindful of our responsibilities in contributing to these amazing causes, as we have grown so has our capacity to donate more to help others.

We have exceedingly strong links with Marie Curie who’s Hertfordshire’s head office is near our head office. They provide care and support for over 40,000 living with terminal illness and their families to make life as comfortable as possible.

Blue Cross help the sick, injured and abandoned homeless pets since 1897 across the UK. Their work is so valuable, with shelters across the country and constant projects to better their service.

Together for Short Lives are there to make seriously, terminally ill children’s and their families lives the best they can be and to get the most out of their time left.

These 3 charities are so close to Mode’s heart and our continued support to them is because of the amazing work they do.

This year alone we have donated to all 3 a total of 25k. Read what they said about our donations this year.

“On behalf of Marie Curie, I would like to say an enormous thanks to Mode for their incredibly kind and generous support over the last eight years. You’re enabling us to care for our friends and neighbours when they need us the most.” Mark-Marie Curie

“Thank you so much to Mode Print Solutions Ltd for the fantastic donation and making a lifetime of difference to seriously ill children and their families.” Tracy- Together for Short Lives

“Blue Cross would like to thank Mode for their ongoing support and commitment to our charity. Each year, your donations help us to continue our work providing care for pets in need at places such as our local Blue Cross Hertfordshire rehoming centre.” Jennie – Blue Cross

To find out more visit our charity page.

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