Studley Green Garden Centre chooses charity partner

by | Feb 21, 2019 | Independents, News | 0 comments

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Capital Gardens-owned Studley Green Garden Centre has announced its charity partner for 2019.

Capital Gardens holds a commitment to community at its heart. Studley Green invited customers to vote on the charity closest to theirs.

The public had a choice of three; Stokenchurch Community Bus, Four Paws Cat Rescue and Medical Assistance Dogs.
With a landslide victory of 462 votes, the 2019 charity partner is Four Paws Cat Rescue. The centre will support the winning charity with boxes at the tills for customers to donate.
Also, they will be the centre?s twice-annual Customer Privilege Evening beneficiary. The charity will receive donations from the evenings.
Studley Green will also be introducing a new receipts scheme for the charity. Four Paws will be able to collect receipts from their community to receive a 20% discount.
Phil Munn, Studley Green Garden Centre manager says: ?We’re supporting Four Paws Cat Rescue this year.
“We’re also especially proud that the community chose the charity. Our support will go to the heart of a charity that our customers holds dear.
“We’re very grateful to the others for taking part and will continue to champion the work they do.?

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