Whitefurze steps in to help animal charity

Housewares supplier Whitefurze, which specialises in manufacturing plastic consumer products, has stepped in with a donation to help The Society for Abandoned Animals.

Whitefurze steps in to help animal charity

After being contacted last month, Whitefurze donated cat litter trays to help the Manchester charity, which is renovating and expanding its facility with the aim of increasing the number of abandoned cats they are able to rescue and rehome.

Charity fundraiser Laura Messenger explained: “The total cost of the build is £117,000. We’ve already raised £77,000 towards this, thanks to individual donations. The cat litter trays will go a long way to help us achieving our goal of completing the project.”

Whitefurze key accounts Manager Lauren Gifford visited the site in July to hand over the donation. “I was happy to help with this good cause,” she said. “The donation will allow the charity to help even more unwanted pets.”

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