Leading boiler manufacturer Worcester Bosch has donated a total of £8,192.76 to NHS Charities Together this month, after a recent raffle for two limited-edition rainbow-coloured boilers was held.
The winners were picked by fundraising powerhouse Olivia Strong, founder of the Run for Heroes 5k Challenge that has to date raised over £7 million for the NHS, via a live Zoom draw.
The two winners were announced as Will Stone Gas Plumbing and Heating, Lymington, and South Manchester Heating, Chorlton.
Both companies, who will each receive a limited-edition version of the brand’s most popular boiler – the Greenstar i, have offered to either give away their boiler to a local NHS worker or will run their own giveaway charity event.
The boilers are wrapped in two unique rainbow designs, inspired by the symbol the country has been using to celebrate the work of the NHS.
Victoria Billings, director of marketing at Worcester Bosch, said: “We are delighted to have been able to raise thousands to help support the incredible work NHS Charities Together are doing on behalf of the NHS.
“We’d like to thank all those who entered our raffle and contributed to this amazing figure and of course congratulate our two winners.”
Francesca Renouf-Stone, office manager at Will Stone Plumbing, said: “We’re looking forward to receiving our limited-edition boiler. We are hoping to give it away for free to a local NHS worker as another thank you for the essential work they do for our community.”