Ten Slough-based charities are among 15 good causes who are the latest to benefit from a donation of hotel linen by leading laundry supplier CLEAN.
Over 2,000 items of high-quality, surplus microstripe single, double and king duvet covers, were hand delivered to partners of housing and homelessness charity Shelter by the transport team based at the company’s world-class super laundry based in Slough Trading Estate.
The 10 local charities benefitting included Age Concern, Slough Council for Voluntary Service (CVS), Destiny Support, London Slough Run, Oxford Aspire, P3 Slough Floating Support and Drop-in Service, Shelter, SHOC (Slough Homeless Our Concern), Slough Borough Council and the YMCA.
Ted Walker, Head of Group Marketing at CLEAN, said: “We are delighted to have been able to support so many charities in our local community through our donation of linen, which would have otherwise been ragged. These incredible initiatives provide 24/7 care and advice to people facing unimaginable challenges, so we are pleased to have made a difference, no matter how small.”
Other charities supported by CLEAN include Macmillan Cancer Support, CLEAN’s official chosen charity, as well as the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal and Save the Children.