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Cove UK, the international resort operator, is thrilled to announce a new charity partnership with Teenage Cancer Trust (TCT).
Launched to coincide with World Cancer Day on February 4th, Teenage Cancer Trust is the only charity in the UK dedicated to meeting the unique and complex needs of teenagers and young adults with cancer.
Its state-of-the-art hospital wards, specialist nurses, and dedicated support teams, ensure no young person faces cancer alone.
Cove UK’s collaboration with Teenage Cancer Trust will allow the business to enhance its mission and – alongside our community of owners and holiday guests – raise vital funds to support the incredible work Teenage Cancer Trust do.
Its fundraising efforts will start by focusing on three key areas:
Children’s Menu Donation
For every meal sold from a children’s menu, a 50p donation will be made by Cove Communities UK to Teenage Cancer Trust. This is applicable across all our UK holiday parks.
Holidaymaker Booking (optional donation)
Our guests can make a difference, quickly and easily, by selecting a donation amount at the point of booking their Cove holiday.
Team across all Cove UK parks will be encouraged to take part and manage a variety of fundraising activities. They will also have the chance to take part in mass participation and challenge events across the country.
Mark Seaton, Managing Director at Cove Communities UK said:
“Just £30 can fund an hour with a specialist TCT nurse. This is just one way that our fundraising will impact directly on the lives of young people with cancer.
“With 17 locations across the UK, our Cove Community is growing and, together, we can’t wait to see what we can achieve for Teenage Cancer Trust”.
Lynn Hyder, Relationship Manager for Teenage Cancer Trust said:
“We are delighted to have been chosen as the first official charity partner of Cove Communities UK.
“Every pound raised by Cove UK will be vital in allowing us to protect and grow our specialist services to ensure young people get access to the very best treatment, care and support possible and are treated as young people first, cancer patient second.”