Together We Can

The Licensed Trade Charity and Kopparberg are launching the Together We Can campaign, to support those in the hospitality industry in vital need of funding and advice.

By pledging £20 or more to the Licensed Trade Charity, up to 1,250 Kopparberg fans will receive a case of either Strawberry and Lime cider or Strawberry and Lime gin, and lemonade cans, to their home.

The charity, which has supported the hospitality industry in the UK for more than 200 years, provides financial assistance, as well as practical advice, spanning debt, housing, employment law, and benefits to those in the drinks industry.

In addition to the financial and practical support offered, the charity is offering six free counselling sessions for those finding the current climate particularly difficult, and 100% of donations will support funding these vital services.

Donations are pledged through GoFundMe. Visit gofundme.com/f/support-the-together-we-can-campaign, pledge your funds, and upload a form of ID to verify you are over the age of 18. Again, 100% of your donation will go directly to charity.

Licensed Trade Charity chief executive, James Brewster, said: “Along with the rest of the country, we’re devastated by the effects of Covid-19 on the pub, bar, and brewery industry right now and we’re proud to be teaming up with Kopparberg as they help us to spread the message to everyone involved that you’re not alone, no matter what situation you might find
yourself in.

“From financial grants to support with rent or mortgage arrears, and telephone support services for those who are feeling the effects of self-isolation, there is help available to those who need it in our industry right now.”

Neil Robinson, sales director at Kopparberg, added: “We know it’s a difficult time for publicans and workers across the drinks industry who have had to temporarily shut their doors, and we want to help raise funds and awareness for the vitally
important Licensed Trade Charity, who will offer ongoing support for our trade partners and workers in the industry during these unprecedented times.”

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