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Waitrose Donates Profits To Charity
By: MarkJ - 03 April, 2006 (11:55 AM)

The ISP wing of supermarket chain Waitrose has decided to donate all of its 2005 profits to charity. Customers signing up for Waitrose have this year helped to raise £110,000 for worthwhile causes:

As the only Internet Service Provider (ISP) to donate all its proceeds to charity, Waitrose.com is celebrating the success of its service with a bumper donation to the four major charities it supports through its website.

Profits for the Waitrose.com ISP service are divided between four major charities; British Heart Foundation, British Red Cross, Macmillan Cancer Relief and the Prince’s Trust. Every customer has the chance to vote for which charity should benefit from their share.

Fiona Hall, Marketing Manager for Waitrose.com said: ‘This charity donation reinforces the fact that Waitrose.com is the ethical choice for internet users. We are also delighted at the amount raised, as it demonstrates the success of our reliable, fast and high quality service.

Waitrose.com’s Internet service has been created with the same emphasis on quality, value and service that has been long associated with the Waitrose brand. It offers free technical support 24 hours a day, a high quality, reliable connection and an easy-to-use service. Recent developments to the service have also meant that subscribers can enjoy up to 8Mb broadband.


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