The Rayware Group donates 180 products to The Rainy Day Trust

The Rayware Group has donated 180 kitchenware products from their much-loved homeware brands to the Rainy Day Trust, a charitable organisation that provides support to those working in the home improvement and enhancement sector during times of need.

This momentous initiative comes as part of the Rainy Day Trust’s 180th anniversary celebrations and reflects their remarkable journey and commitment to giving back to the industry.

As 2023 poses multiple obstacles, many individuals have found themselves facing unprecedented hardships. Notably, the home improvement and enhancement sector has witnessed an increase in individuals seeking aid from the Rainy Day Trust. The donated products will be sold by the Rainy Day Trust, and all proceeds generated from the sales will go directly towards providing essential aid and support to those facing challenges within the industry.

By joining hands with the Rainy Day Trust, The Rayware Group seeks to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those who have contributed to the industry’s growth and success.

Kate O’Neill, CCO of The Rayware Group, said: “Rayware are delighted to celebrate the 180-year anniversary with the team at the Rainy Day Trust. We’re always impressed by the initiatives, advice, guidance and range of practical help provided to the industry workforce.”

Bryan Clover, CEO of the Rainy Day Trust, added: “We are truly grateful to The Rayware Group for their generous donation. This donation and Rayware’s ongoing partnership working with the Rainy Day Trust will have such a positive impact on the lives of many in our industry who require assistance and it exemplifies how companies can create a positive change in their industry by reaching out like this.”

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