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GROW’s Christmas trees funded by Deloitte

GROW’s Christmas trees funded by Deloitte

Tuesday 29 November 2022

GROW’s Christmas trees funded by Deloitte

Tuesday 29 November 2022

Deloitte Guernsey has donated £7,000 to its Five Million Futures charity partner, GROW.

The charity will be using the donation to buy 200 Christmas trees and other seasonal plants which have proven to be very popular with shoppers in previous years.

The trees and plants will be on sale from 3 December at GROW’s annual Christmas Fayre. 100% of sales will go straight to the charity's funds, contributing to its annual running costs.

Deloitte’s donation has been made via its Charities Aid Foundation and is part of the firm’s continued support of GROW, its 5MF Charity partner since 2019. 

Partner at Deloitte, Jo Huxtable, said: "We recognise that this is a difficult time for charities who are all facing rising costs and increased pressures on their services, so we are so pleased to continue our support of GROW in this way. 

"The Foundation enables Deloitte employees to engage with social projects in order to support less fortunate segments of our society. The GROW Christmas trees have proven to be very popular in past years, and we hope our donation will help to ensure the charity receives as much funding as possible, even during this difficult time. 

"Our assistance extends beyond the financial donation; we will be helping to spread the word amongst the community with professional marketing support."

Marguerite Talmage, Director at GROW, said: "We are so thankful to Deloitte for this donation, particularly in a time when everyone is feeling the strain from rising costs. Being able to benefit directly from the Christmas tree sales will make a welcome contribution to our running costs. 

"We have large on-going operational costs, and we thankful to everyone who has supported us so far and continues to."


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