Pizza lovers give a £4k boost to leading cancer charity
Domino’s donated £1 for every order placed throughout December
Ricky Kandola, head of operations at SK Group, a Domino’s Pizza Franchise, said: “We are so pleased to be able to help Teenage Cancer Trust in their mission to raise money to support teenagers with cancer.
“A big thank you to our customers who have helped us to raise these funds. Teenage Cancer Trust is a fantastic charity and we are delighted to have them as our charity partner of choice.
“It was a great success, with the Domino’s store team and the local Chalfont St Peter residents really getting behind it.”
Teenage Cancer Trust is the only UK charity dedicated to providing the best possible care and support for young people aged 13 to 24 diagnosed with cancer. The charity has 28 specialist Teenage Cancer Trust units in NHS hospitals across the UK, including the UCLH Cancer Centre London, and the charity wants every young person with cancer to have access to this specialist support, no matter where they live.
Laura Zabel, account manager at Teenage Cancer Trust, said: “A big thank you to Ricky and his team and also the Chalfont St Peter community for this valuable donation.
“The money raised will help Teenage Cancer Trust specialist nurses and youth support coordinators continue to make a huge difference to the experience of young people with cancer in hospital and help us get that one step closer towards our goal of supporting every young person with cancer when they need us most.”
The donation comes as part of Domino’s commitment to raise £1 million for teenagers with cancer over the next two years.
Residents in Chalfont St Peter have helped contribute more
than £4,000 for Teenage Cancer Trust