Hope for Children, an international charity is delighted to announce that it has been chosen by Parcel Monkey, the UK’s favourite parcel delivery comparison website, to be their first ever charity partner. This is a 3-year partnership coinciding with Parcel Monkey launching an international service whilst simultaneously raising money towards the charity’s work. Starting 1st December, they have already begun making a donation per transaction, which will help to improve educational opportunities for children and in the New Year they will be enabling their customers to give to the charity simply by rounding up the value of the orders placed online.
Hope for Children’s work helps those in Africa, Asia and the UK, including orphans and those living on the streets, by improving their access to education and healthcare, whilst empowering families to build a sustainable future for their children.
By working closely with local organisations, Hope for Children empowers those communities to increase the ability to give their own children the childhood they deserve. Thanks to the generosity of its supporters, last year it was able to transform the lives of over 37,000 children and their families.
Parcel Monkey gives businesses and individuals the ability to compare quotes for cheap courier services for deliveries within the UK, European and Worldwide destinations.
Nav Ramiah, CEO of Parcel Monkey commented “As we celebrate the launch of our international service, it’s the perfect time to begin a partnership with an international charity and we are delighted that we can use this opportunity to increase awareness of the fantastic work Hope for Children is doing.”
Murielle Maupoint, Hope for Children’s Chief Executive added “We are honoured to be Parcel Monkey’s first ever charity partner and having a 3-year agreement in place will enable us to deliver long-term solutions, transforming the lives of so many children.”
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About Hope for Children
Hope for Children was founded by Dr Bob Parsons OBE in 1994, to help those children who fell through the gaps left by both society in general and the larger charitable organisations.
Almost half of the world’s children are vulnerable and living in poverty. We are changing this by making a safe and fulfilling childhood a reality for more of the world’s children.
We work in Uganda, Tanzania, Ghana, Kenya, India, Sri Lanka, The Philippines and the UK, improving children’s access to education and healthcare, empowering their families to support themselves whilst developing their confidence and self-esteem. Most importantly we are giving them hope.
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Press release distributed by Pressat on behalf of Hope for Children, on Monday 19 December, 2016. For more information subscribe and follow http://www.pressat.co.uk/