Keylite kicks off new challenge

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Keylite Roof Windows  is challenging its UK merchant partners and friends to #KickItWithKeylite, in the name of raising £30,000 for three children’s charities.

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 The Kick It With Keylite Challenge in Ireland has raised funds for Children’s Health Foundation Crumlin and Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice.

The challenge involves participants seeing how many attempts it takes them to kick, throw, putt or bat a ball through a Keylite Roof Window – which means no matter the chosen sport, anyone can Kick It With Keylite.

Now, the company has expanded the charity initiative to support the Derby & Burton Hospitals Charity local to Keylite’s head office in Burton upon Trent, and to raise the total fundraising target to £30k across the three charities.

Passionate about raising as much money as possible, Keylite has pledged £7,500 towards its £30k goal and urges anyone that gets involved in the fun by participating or watching the challenges to lend their support by donating as well.

Keylite managing director Jim Blanthorne,  said: “After proving to be a huge success throughout Ireland, we’re very excited to be bringing the Kick It With Keylite Challenge to the whole of the UK.

“We’ve seen how much fun the Kick It With Keylite tour has been, and we can’t wait to visit our UK merchant friends over the next few months to get everyone onboard. We’re asking any branches that want to host a #KickItWithKeylite day to get in touch via social media or one of our sales reps.”

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About Fiona Russell-Horne

Group Managing Editor across the BMJ portfolio.

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