Posted 14th June

Insinkerator donates 3N1 taps to two charities

By KBBDaily on 14th June 2018 - 10:20am
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Insinkerator has donated its 3N1 steaming hot water tap to two charities, New Hope and ONE YMCA, which support individuals who are homeless in the Watford area.

The company has provided a hot water tap to New Hope’s Community Home “in an effort to save time and make life easier for the staff during busy periods”, it said.

“In the Community Home, a cup of tea is a tool for support,” said Community Home manager Annette Davis, pictured left alongside Insinkerator digital marketing and e-ecommerce manager Chris Vella-Bone, centre, and Insinkerator marketing communications manager Anne Kaarlela, right.

“The new tap allows us to get on with the meaningful conversations quickly. Many of the discussions we have here are had in the kitchen over a hot drink.”

Kaarlela added: “New Hope and ONE YMCA do some amazing work and we are so pleased to have been able to support charities that are local to our head office.

“The new steaming hot water taps can offer a quick, much-needed, cup of tea to users of the Community Home and ONE YMCA, while providing a modern, easy-to-use appliance for the staff.”

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