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Buyers Club giving back to Warrington

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WITH the launch of the app under a month away, Warrington Buyers Club have been working harder than ever to ensure everything is perfect for the special date of July 12th.

Many business partners have been signed up, finishing touches have been made to the app, and they’re even organising an amazing launch party, which will feature live music, lots of dancing, and will be open to all WBC sign-ups!

More importantly than all of the above though, they’ve been finalising their charitable partners, so can start giving back to some of the very best local causes in the area.

It gives us great pleasure to announce the first two charitable partners, St. Rocco’s Hospice and Music and Memory – a voice for dementia in Warrington.

Everyone in Warrington seems to have a link to St. Rocco’s, as it’s an organisation that has influenced so many Warringtonians in a positive way. The staff at the hospice are motivated to make a difference – to give care and support to both patients and their families, when they need it most.

Rachel Ingham of St. Rocco’s Hospice was only too happy to share her thanks on behalf of the hospice.

“The kind support of the Warrington Buyers Club will help St. Rocco’s to care for hospice patients and their families throughout Warrington. Your generosity is very much appreciated! Thank you so much for your support.”

Warrington’s Music and Memory is a voluntary group who bring together and support people with dementia and alzheimers, and their families through music and singing.

“Music and Memory are delighted that Warrington Buyers club have chosen to support us as one of their chosen community groups. This will mean that the people of Warrington affected by dementia will continue to benefit from this much needed group which helps reduce the social isolation dementia can bring . We really appreciate your consideration”, said
Lali Kelly of Music and Memory.

Speaking on behalf of the Buyer Club, David McMullen stresses the value of not just ‘gaining together’ through the app, but also ‘giving together’ as a business community.

“We have an overwhelming connection with both of these charities. Both went above-and-beyond in caring for my own mother when she was in her time of need, and they both continue to support my family.

We believe in everything these causes do, understand what the need in order to operate successfully and we will give or all to ensure they get the funding required to continue to support our town.

Clearly these causes are both incredibly close to our hearts. Now we want them to become just as important to all of you!” , said McMullen.

So how does Warrington Buyers Club help to support these causes?

Every single business that signs up for the movement pays a £19.99 annual joining fee. This entire amount is then donated to one of the chosen charities. Yes, you read that right – the full sign-up fee is donated to a first-class cause in our local area!

Through this process they hope to develop a whole community, where charities and businesses can work hand in hand to make a real difference to this wonderful town which we live in!

Keep an eye on all social platforms, the website https://warringtonbuyersclub.com and of course, next month’s issue of Warrington Worldwide, to learn even more about the other charities Warrington Buyers Club will be working with!

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