Cancer Research UK has received a £2,000 donation from Vertas and Energy for Good; made possible through Energy for Good’s not-for-profit energy procurement framework.
Vertas’ Energy team sought the expertise of Energy for Good when seeking out a new tender for their gas and electricity provision; as they hold the only not-for-profit tender framework available for the procurement of energy.
Energy for Good uses a Dynamic Purchasing System, which operates as a public sector-compliant energy procurement framework. By using this framework, Vertas was able to have access to a competitive, efficient and industry-leading procurement process; whilst bringing huge benefit to its corporate charity of the year – Cancer Research UK.
Nick Edwards, Vertas Group Limited’s Head of Central Services, said:
“We are delighted as a business to be able to bring benefit to the incredibly important Cancer Research UK, our corporate charity.
“As a provider of energy management services, the competitive procurement of gas and electricity forms part of our service provision; with Energy for Good, their not-for-profit stance has allowed us to contribute this donation to Cancer Research UK!
“I would like to take this opportunity to thank all involved with this process; especially Energy for Good for their partnership and support.”
Andy Blake, Energy for Good’s CEO, said:
“We are very pleased that we are able to make this contribution to a very good cause in support of the Vertas nominated charity.”
Nichola Whymark, Cancer Research UK’s Local Fundraising Manager, said:
“We are so very grateful to Energy For Good and Vertas Group for this extremely generous donation. With a donation of £2,000, Cancer Research UK could kit out two PHD students or purchase two sets of high-tech pipettes.
“Cancer Research UK receives no government funding and is solely reliant on donations from our fantastic supporters like Vertas Group and Energy For Good.”
Similar articles you might find interesting