At Glee this year, garden pots supplier Woodlodge will be promoting its partnership with the UK’s leading terminal illness support charity, Marie Curie, to raise vital funds and awareness.
The Marie Curie charity pots will be on show for retailers to order on the Woodlodge stands (6T30-U31 and 6T40-U41). The stackable pots, available in three different colours, all display the charity’s well recognised daffodil logo, and will help to raise money to help nurses care for more people with a terminal illness.
For every promotional flowerpot sold from the range Woodlodge Products will give 75p to Marie Curie. There will be a minimum gift made of £20,000 regardless of the number of products sold, however there will be no maximum amount of the donation.
Woodlodge managing director Michael Wooldridge said: “We are delighted to be working with Marie Curie to raise awareness and money for such a deserving charity. The Marie Curie collection of flowerpots have proved popular since their launch on World Cancer Day in May and we would like to thank our customers who have joined us in supporting such a valuable cause.”