An incredible £175,000 raised through the New Look Gives partnership

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We are thrilled that at the end of the first year, the New Look Gives partnership has raised a spectacular £175,000 for its charity partners.

New Look Gives is a three-year fundraising partnership which supports retailTRUST, Hospice UK and Teenage Cancer Trust.

New Look colleagues have been taking part in some amazing fundraising events and challenges to raise essential funds for the charity partners. From colour runs and sample sales, through to a 500-mile cycling challenge, the teams have all got involved in this exciting fundraising initiative.

Gemma McNeilis, Co-Chair of New Look Gives said,

“We are extremely proud of all our colleagues and customers for supporting our three very different and worthwhile causes. We are looking forward to building on the momentum to fundraise even more next year! 

Neil Duffy, Director of Wellbeing and Funding, stated:

“A huge thank you to everyone at New Look for their fabulous effort in donating these essential funds which will help improve more lives across the industry. The charity partnership has also enabled us to raise awareness of our work throughout the organisation so that New Look colleagues can access relevant and timely wellbeing support, which is key for us as the trade charity for the sector. We have seen a 16% rise in helpline and support sessions, compared to the previous year, which shows that more colleagues feel empowered to access wellbeing support during times of need.

We offer holistic wellbeing support which can be accessed face-to-face, over the telephone, online and on site. Our aim is to make it easier for people to reach out and access personalised tools to manage their health and wellbeing, get help and develop their skills.

Thank you again to everyone who has supported the charity partnership and we look forward to another magnificent year!

For more information about the partnership or if you are looking for your next charity partner, please contact Neil Duffy at [email protected]