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Purition gives something back by offering support to sports teams, groups and fundraising projects, as well as registered charities in the communities we live in. By this we mean helping to make small and ongoing differences, reaching out to those that need it, and inspiring better mental and physical health and wellbeing.
Are you a Purition customer? Do you run a sports team, community group, fundraising project or a registered charity, or perhaps know of one that could do with a little extra support? If so, we’d love to hear from you. Simply complete and submit the form below.
We have a modest monthly community fund which is available to help support projects that you may either be involved in, or consider as a worthy cause.
Much more than just a donation, we want to support and shout about your cause! We’ll share it with our audience and help get the word out. We would encourage you to do the same, and if we’re able to support your cause, we’d like to know how you plan to promote this too.
We would love to encourage as many people as possible to get involved, so please follow and share on social media by tagging in @puritionuk and using #PuritionGivesBack. It’s an opportunity to do some good and give something back to worthwhile causes which may touch upon us all.
Team Row4Victory are four fearless friends from Yorkshire who will be putting their physical and mental strength to the test in early December when they row 3,000 nautical miles across the ocean in aid of the British Legion, in what has been described as the ‘world’s toughest endurance race’, the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge 2018.
The fundraising team will attempt to cross the unrelenting seas to win the 4 man pure class race and beat the current record, in commemoration of 100 years since the end of the Great War, to support two military charities, the Royal British Legion and Soldier On!
Researching new tools and projects to improve cancer screening.https://ovarian.org.uk
“We fully believe that nutrition, activity and mental health are key for wellbeing, we’re delighted to be part of #Sportsmind2019 again this year” - Alan Bird, Director.
"Our aim for this event is to get the Irish Sporting and Fitness Community together to help us raise awareness and conversation about Mental Health, the good and the not so good for both Men and Women. Inviting big sports names and fitness/ health influencers has allowed us to utilise the power of social media to help us get the message out there to all of their followers that it's ok not to be ok and it's definitely ok to talk!".
Unit 5 Shropshire Food Enterprise Centre 24 Vanguard Way Shrewsbury SY1 3TG United Kingdom
Company registration No. 08157087
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