(PRWEB UK) 6 October 2013
NetGiant Ltd, a Greater Manchester internet retailer, is donating 50p to Breast Cancer Care for every Magenta (pink) printer cartridge sold during the month of October.
The multi-brand company will use their printer consumables website, TonerGiant.co.uk, to head up the campaign. Besides the charitable donations, TonerGiant.co.uk will undergo a pink ‘makeover’ from October 1st, in an aim to spread awareness about breast cancer. The whole team will be involved and have been learning about the risks of the disease, as well as precautions and measures that can be taken against it.
In an aid to help the fund-raising even further, the team will be taking part in plenty of activities in October, using ‘Pink Fridays’ as way of raising awareness. The NetGiant team will be learning line dancing, baking cakes and wearing pink supportive t-shirts on these Fridays, in order to mirror the messages on their website.
Director Joanne Flynn said, “To be able to be a part of this month of fundraising is something that we, as a team, are collectively really proud of. Breast cancer awareness is becoming a much more popular topic in the media, but unfortunately it’s not as popular as we’d like it to be just yet.”
Managing Director, Gary Flynn, added “As an online business with a public front, we have a direct opportunity to raise awareness for this great cause. We’ve all been working really hard to think of ways we could support the charity, and hopefully, at the end of the month, we can say we’ve done our bit.”
TonerGiant.co.uk is one of NetGiant Ltd’s internet retail brands, and has been trading nationwide since 2006. Experiencing positive growth and expansion over the last decade, and being awarded the Bolton & Bury Business of the Year Award in 2012, NetGiant Ltd hopes to use this commercial success as an outlet to support Breast Cancer Care this October.
Gary Flynn’s final words were, “We’re all set up and on board now and we can’t wait to start seeing some of our sales go towards Breast Cancer Care. We must of course remember that this is just a start and we’re all really eager to see more of the same attitude to the charity across the UK.”