Cartridge World raises funds for children

A business in Kent is all set to offer its customers the best service that can save them money and at the same time help the environment. It is also going to support the only residential hospice for children in Kent.

Eileen and Colin Harms, who run five Cartridge World stores in Strood, Chatham, Sittingbourne, Maidstone and Canterbury have experienced success earlier via their customer loyalty cards. They donated around £300 to the Demelza Hospice Care that looks after children.

These customer loyalty cards are stamped each time the customer refills a cartridge for their printers at the Cartridge World franchise. For every completed loyalty card, Eileen and Colin donate one pound to the charity. The donated money is being shared by the trust of Kent air ambulance and Demelza Hospice Care.

According to the area fundraising manager, Donna Wells, the charity is very much grateful to the Cartridge World franchise for their immense support and help. Over four hundred and fifty children are taken care of in the charity and this money serves a lot for them. Cartridge World franchise has been the market leader in remanufacturing and refilling of printer cartridges. They use specially formatted toners or inks and provide high quality products ate affordable rates.