Pink Exceed £10,000 to Charity

It is with great pride and delight than Pink Hygiene can announce it has smashed through the £10,000 mark in its total donations to date to Breast Cancer Now, in fact surpassing £11,000!

As one of its ‘Pinky Promises’ made to all customers, Pink Hygiene donates a percentage of every contract signed to Breast Cancer Now, a charity it has supported from its first day of trading.

Director, Adam Speck, is delighted with the achievement; “To be able to donate over £11,000 in under 5 years is an incredible achievement and testament to the work we do at Pink Hygiene. This could have only been achieved by our wonderful customers and their decision to choose Pink Hygiene as their washroom provider”.

Pink Hygiene are now well-known in the washroom industry for their first-class service, a reputation that has grown and strengthened since they entered the market-place. With it’s unique barcode service, providing complete service transparency, Pink’s offering has always been unique and sets them apart from the competition.

Adam continues “In addition to the excellent service that is second nature to the company, we always wanted to offer more to our customers. As a charity close to my heart having lost a close member of family to Breast Cancer, the company decided from its outset that we were going to have a charity element to our offering and it was decided that from the first contract we signed, a percentage would be donated direct to Breast Cancer Now. Through the rapid and consistent growth of the company, it has enabled us to reach this fantastic figure”.

Breast cancer is still the most commonly diagnosed cancer in the UK, affecting 50,000 women every year and killing 1,000 every month. One in eight women in the UK will face breast cancer in their lifetime.

Breast Cancer Now is working harder than ever before to stop women dying from the disease. Their vision is a world freed from breast cancer, in the hope that by 2050, everyone who develops breast cancer will live.

Pink Hygiene’s growth shows no sign of slowing down and the next target is to reach £15,000 as soon as possible.