Debenhams Chesterfield is supporting Help for Heroes throughout next month for the third consecutive year.
This year, Debenhams Chesterfield has a range of men’s t-shirts, which have been specially designed by the Debenhams menswear team in collaboration with the charity. The t-shirts, which will be available from March 1, are priced at £20 and the retailer will donate all profits from the sale of each item to Help for Heroes.
As well as the product range, there will be a National Collection Weekend taking place within the store on Saturday, March 12 and Sunday 13, which will involve Help for Heroes volunteers collecting donations from customers and selling merchandise.
To date, Debenhams stores across the UK have raised over £700,000 for Help for Heroes.
Debenhams Chesterfield store manager, Natalie Collins, said: “Help for Heroes is a charity that has really resonated with both our colleagues and our customers in Chesterfield, and we are delighted to be supporting the charity for the third year running. A range of exciting fundraising events will be happening in our store throughout March, and we are looking forward to raising even more money for the charity in 2016.”
Debenhams Chesterfield staff will also be taking part in a number of fundraising activities throughout the March, and customers will be able to donate to the charity at till points in the store.
Help for Heroes bears will also be making a special appearance in the Chesterfield store to help encourage customers to dig deep to raise money to support those wounded in the line of duty.
Debenhams restaurants are the launch brand partner for the charities ‘Heroes Breakfast’ campaign. During the month of March, the retailer will make a donation of 50p on every 10 piece breakfast sold.
Last year, Debenhams raised a total of £350,000 for Help for Heroes.
Visit www.Debenham.com to buy Help for Heroes t-shirts from March 1.