A Social Enterprise Energy Consultancy leads the way in ethical purchasing with a £500,000 donation pledge

Corin Dalby News

A philanthropic not-for-profit energy brokerage which has just made donations to charity of over £20,000 is already on target to donate to key charities £100,000 over the next year and £500,000 over the next 3-years.

Box Power’s unique ethical positioning has proved to be a huge success to the clients that they manage & to the charities that they support. Their success has already enabled them to donate £20,000+ this month to key charities such as Macmillan Cancer Support, Bolton Hospice and Autism charities Kidz2gether & Breaking Barriers.

Corin Dalby, CEO & Founder of Box Power, said:
We have shown to business’s nationwide that it really is possible for them to make ethical choices with their purchasing and to still secure the very best energy deals and advice. It is great to be supporting charities with our efforts and we look forward to being a greater success so we can raise the barrier even higher and support even more charities, for even larger amounts.

Rose Tipton, Fundraising Manager Macmillan Cancer Support.
‘We’d like to say a huge thanks to Box Power for their generous donation of £7,000. This will help Macmillan to reach even more people, and their families, affected by cancer. Receiving a cancer diagnosis can be one of the hardest journeys someone has to take, but with fantastic support from people like Box Power, we are able to help make sure no one faces cancer alone.’

Alice Atkinson, Director of Income Generation at Bolton Hospice, said:
We’re delighted to receive this wonderful £6,000 donation from Box Power. Corin’s generosity will help us to provide our specialist care and support for local people facing life-limiting illnesses and their families, whether it be in our inpatient unit, through day therapy and outpatient clinics or in patients own homes through our Hospice at Home service. We want to say a huge thank you to Corin for supporting Bolton Hospice in this way.

Steff Sherratt of Breaking Barriers NW said:
Everyone at Breaking Barriers NW would like to say a huge thank you for your most generous donation of £3,000. Support such as yours is invaluable to us as a Charity and means we can continue to reach out to as many Disabled children, young people and their families as possible. We have several exciting projects about to start and your kindness means we can be even more creative and inclusive. 

Jacqueline Mason of Kidz2gether said:
Thanks so much for the cheque for £3,000, it is fantastic and will go a long way to help us provide clubs and support for our children and young people.a

Corin DalbyA Social Enterprise Energy Consultancy leads the way in ethical purchasing with a £500,000 donation pledge