Staff at at retail chain, The Range, have raised over £50,000 collectively across the brand’s 175 stores.
In addition to supporting in controlling the coronavirus pandemic through implementing social distancing and other measures in branch, the store-staff at the The Range have fundraised a grand total of £51,479.56 to be donated to the National Health Service. The Range Stockport store, located at The Peel Centre, raised £275.
Staff have been praised for their work in raising a large sum of money for the NHS to help during the Covid-19 pandemic, alongside their dedication to following new safety measures. In line with current Government guidelines, additional measures are in-place to make it safe for staff and customers. These include social distancing markers to help people stay at least two metres apart, sanitising stations at the entrance and contactless card payment where possible.
Owner and Founder of the South-West headquartered retail chain, Chris Dawson added:
I think our customers will be proud to learn that we have raised a collective £51,479.56 to help our valued and loved National Health Service. I am extremely proud of the effort store staff have put in to achieve this, as well as keeping our social distancing measures in place”.