BrightHouse announces partnership with NSPCC

BrightHouse, the rent-to-buy furniture retailer has partnered with children’s charity, the NSPCC.

The retailer will carry out fundraising for the children’s charity and raise awareness of the NSPCC Helpline and ChildLine, its free 24-hour phone advice service for children, with in-store posters and promotional material.

The charity says the partnership with BrightHouse will help raise the profile of the charity and will inform adults who are concerned about a child about where they can get help.

NSPCC is expanding its helpline services to reach more adults and children and advises adults with concerns about a child to call or email the NSPCC Helpline.

Leo McKee, CEO of BrightHouse, says: ‘Everyone at BrightHouse is delighted to partner with NSPCC, the work they do to help children and young people in the UK through their local community projects, fundraising and campaigning is invaluable and we look forward to supporting them.’

Recommended

Are you being monitored?

Marketing Week

Largely since 9/11, anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism regulations have required financial institutions to monitor what we do with our money, notifying the authorities of suspicious activity. From 2009, the same became true of our own movements, with the introduction of the e-Borders system. My concern is that these government initiatives are drawing on private consumer […]

Comments

    Leave a comment