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Wednesday, 19 June 2024

Pozitive Planet becomes new corporate supporter of Tom’s Trust

Pozitive Planet, a tech-driven business with a unique approach in supplying utilities, insurance, payments, EV charging and carbon offsetting to thousands of UK companies, has become the latest corporate supporter of the children’s brain tumour charity Tom’s Trust.

The new partnership saw Pozitive Planet, which is based in Colchester, donate £10,000 to the charity, which is enough to support more than eight families with life-changing psychological support after a brain tumour diagnosis for the next year. They have pledged, as a team, to fundraise throughout the year with the aim of supporting 20 children and their families over the coming year and making a huge impact to the work Tom’s Trust do as they expand their service into new hospitals around the country.

Kirsty Keegan, Head of Fundraising, said:

“We are so excited to welcome Pozitive Planet on board as our newest corporate partner. Their employees have already shown such warmth and enthusiasm for the work we do and we can’t thank them enough for the generous donation they’ve already made. We can’t wait to work together with them to help as many children as possible who desperately need mental health support after receiving a devastating brain tumour diagnosis.”

Steve Daniels, CSO at Pozitive Planet, said:

“We are delighted to partner with Tom’s Trust and to help raise awareness and funds for this incredible cause, knowing that our support will fund vital psychological care to children with brain tumours and their families.”

To find out more about Tom’s Trust go to www.tomstrust.org.uk, and if you think your business could become Tom’s Trust’s next corporate supporter, go to www.tomstrust.org.uk/corporate-giving. 

To find out more about Pozitive Planet go to: https://pozitiveplanet.com.

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