Booking in to have your boiler serviced with Derby business M Broer Heating on November 25 won’t just ensure you are warm and toasty through the winter months, you will also be helping children with disabilities and terminal illness across Derbyshire as they are taking part in the ‘donate a day’ scheme for Newlife Foundation for Disabled Children.
Martin Broer and his team of three have pledged to donate their wages from the day to the UK’s largest charity provider of specialist equipment for children with disabilities and terminal illness. This will directly help children across Derbyshire receive the vital equipment they need for everyday life ¬- equipment which can give them relief from pain, keep them safe, allow them to leave hospital, go to school, give help give them the independence they need to play, grow and fulfil their potential.
The M Broer Heating team are hoping their salary sacrifice will result in a £3,000 donation to Newlife Foundation and they are urging people to book a service with them for the Donate a Day. The gas engineers will then visit as many people as possible during the day – and donate the £70 fee from each service.
Martin said: “My son went to nursery with a boy who had a life limiting condition and Newlife provided him with a wheelchair to help him get around. I have young children and I am aware that not everyone gets the same opportunities in life – so we need to do what we can when we can.”
Newlife guarantees that 100 per cent of monies donated or fundraised in Derbyshire will be used to specifically help children with disabilities and terminal illness in the county.
To have your service booked for ‘donate a day’ on November 25 call 01332 755110 or email email@example.com. For more information visit mbroerheating.co.uk. To discover more about Newlife Foundation for Disabled Children and their services visit www.newlifecharity.co.uk.
Pictured (L to R): Martin Broer with Ashley Mitchell, Steve Hulme, Matt Higginson, Richard House, John Rice.