Gardena raises over £4,200 for Greenfingers

by | Apr 18, 2023 | Community, News | 0 comments

Gardena has raised over £4,200 after participating in a ‘Go Green for Greenfingers’ charity day.

The sustainable gardening products supplier was named a ‘Silver Supporter’ of the charity that creates outdoor spaces to support children and families in children’s hospices.

The Gardena team participated in a series of fundraising activities throughout the day, from staff sales and raffles to a Greenfingers garden re-leaf walk.

The supplier has further committed to continue raising funds for Greenfingers for at least the next two years.

Sarah Bentham, UK marketing manager at Gardena, said, “It was fantastic to see our staff come together to support such a worthy cause, raising a significant amount of money to contribute to the future of Greenfingers and its ongoing efforts to create more magical spaces for children. The charity’s work aligns nicely with Gardena’s brand values, which put caring for the planet and its people at its core.”

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