April 15, 2016

Supporting Children With Cancer

Hippo Heavy Duty Trade Wipes

Hippo Heavy Duty Trade Wipes

HIPPO Supporting Children With Cancer This Year

For every promotional pack of HIPPO Heavy Duty Trade Wipes sold, HIPPO will make a donation of 50p to Children with Cancer UK.

CWC LogoChildren with Cancer UK is the leading national children’s charity dedicated to the fight against childhood cancer. Funding life-saving research into the causes, prevention and treatment of childhood cancer and working to protect young lives through essential welfare programmes.

Special Pack Label

Special Pack Label

HIPPO Heavy Duty Trade Wipes are made from super strength, anti tear spun lace with micro beading. Industrial-strength cleaning wipes designed for use by anyone who needs an effective, reliable and immediate hand or tool cleaning solution.  HIPPO Trade Wipes successfully remove oil & water based paints, oil & grease, silicone, uncured PU foam, adhesive, stubborn grime and much more. The wipes are double sided and there are 80 in each pack. Many competitors wet wipe products are made from polypropylene. Apart from being less absorbent polypropylene wipes can take up to 1000 years to break down when disposed of in land fill! Because our wipes are in part made from non woven material they are far more environmentally friendly and can begin to breakdown from just six months.

Guy Malam, Managing Director explains why he chose to support Children with Cancer UK:

Cancer is the biggest child-killer disease in the UK.  Almost 4,000 children and young people are diagnosed with cancer in the UK every year and the incidence has been on the increase. There are more than 50 types of childhood cancer.  Thanks to research funded by Children with Cancer UK survival rates for the most common form of childhood cancer, leukaemia, have increased dramatically over the past 50 years, but for some rare types of cancer survival rates remain at zero. Tembé are proud to continue doing its part to help raise money for a cure.”

In addition Guy and Kevin Heath will be taking part in this year’s Virgin Money London Marathon. Running to also raise vital funds for Children for Cancer UK.

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