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Retailers raise a huge £45k for hospital charity

Published on 15 December 2014

A glamorous gala dinner organised by a group of West Midland Nisa retailers raised a fantastic £25,000 for the Neurology Appeal at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.

On top of this Nisa Retail’s charity, Making A Difference Locally, contributed a generous £20,000 in order to donate the life-saving charity a grand £45,000 in total. The donation from Nisa is raised through customers in store purchasing specific products with the Making A Difference Locally logo on it.

This follows the success of the previous East Midlands Charity Ball where £49,000 was donated to Cure Leukaemia and over the past six years the retailers have donated the huge sum of £225,000 to various West Midlands charities.

Jet Sunner, Nisa retailer and organiser of the event, said: “We are overwhelmed with the generosity of our guests and Nisa Retail on the night, enabling us to donate such a huge amount in order to make a big difference to neurology patients treated at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.

“The dinner was a huge success with hundreds attending and we will continue to work together to enable more charities to benefit from the power of retailers working together as one.”

On the night, guests were entertained by former Liverpool football players David Johnson and Phil Neal speaking about their life experiences as well as a three course meal, charity auction and a prize raffle.

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