BUYING skincare products online from an island-based company will help a Manx charity to raise money.
Founder of Pomegranate, Chris Sams Rafferty, has launched a skincare called Regenuvite.
The company has now set up a charity code through its online shop where it will donate 10 per cent of the sale value of an order to Crossroads Care.
Shoppers use the promotional code ‘Crossroads’ at checkout. Customers will also save an extra 10 per cent on their purchases when using ‘Crossroads’ code until the end of September.
Chris said: ‘Crossroads does so much on the island to support carers and the demand for their services is growing. To be able to help with fundraising in this small way means a lot to us.’
Alex Wilson of Crossroads Care said: ‘Pomegranate understands the role carers play within our community and that they deserve the support to gain a well-deserved break from caring.
‘The Crossroads promotion code is an innovative fundraising initiative to the island and it’s very exciting. It’s fantastic to see products born on the island receive international acclaim and that Pomegranate’s founder has chosen to share their success and support another local organisation in Crossroads Care.’
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