Unilever Cheques In

Workers at one of Wirral's biggest companies have given their backing to Radio Clatterbridge - and donated some of their hard-earned cash to the charity in the process.

Our Fundraising Co-ordinator John Roberts has picked up a cheque from the Port Sunlight Workplace Trust.

John Roberts collects the cheque from the Port Sunlight Workplace Trust

The Trust is a payroll giving arrangement through which Unilever's employees in Port Sunlight can commit a percentage of their weekly pay to be used for local charitable purposes.

The £500 donation will go towards the purchase of new radios for patients at Clatterbridge Health Park and the station's ongoing running costs.

Find out more about how we're funded and how you can help by visiting our Funding page.

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