Long-term Katharine House supporter Cleenol has this week launched is 75x75x75 charity fundraiser in honour of the company’s 75th birthday. 

The family run independent developer and producer of cleaning and hygiene solutions has always worked to give back to the community in which it operates. So, this year Cleenol has challenged itself and its customers and suppliers to raise £75,000 through participation of at least 75 people at 75 events.

Spread across 12 months, the events can be large or small, group or personal and will cover a gamut of types of activity. From the Three Peaks Challenge to a weight-loss programme, to 24 gaming endurance challenges and many more to come. 

Katharine House Hospice is one of three charities that has been chosen to benefit from the fundraiser. Cleenol has been involved with Katharine House since the hospice’s inception and over the last 30 years the company has continued to provide cleaning supplies and sponsorship. This year, Cleenol also sponsored the development of our online EPiC Resource Centre, which provides a broad spread of support services to people facing the challenges around end-of-life and palliative care. 

The 75x75x75 charity fundraiser will also be donated to Oxfordshire Mind - dedicated to making sure that anyone experiencing a mental health issue gets both support and respect - and Thames Valley Air Ambulance, which provides emergency support 365 days a year to give people the best chance of survival after an accident or in an emergency situation.

Cleenol has launched a dedicated webpage for people to follow the money raising, to add events and to donate to all the events that are generated. Make sure you follow the site.

EPiC Resource Centre

The End-of-life and Palliative Care (EPiC) Resource Centre provides help and guidance for our patients, their families and friends and the wider community.

More than 50 pages provide support and information in the following areas:

  • If you've been diagnosed with an incurable illness
  • Finding out about hospice care
  • If you're caring for someone with an incurable illness
  • Financial support
  • Planning ahead
  • What to do when someone dies
  • If you've suffered a bereavement
  • Information for employers

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