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Nov 24, 2016
Online retailer to make Black Friday donations to Newcastle food bank EthicalSuperstore last year donated more than 1,500 items to the West End food bank Share West End Food Bank manager Michael Nixon Share Get business updates directly to your inbox + Subscribe Thank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email A Tyneside company is aiming to turn Black Friday into Give Back Friday with a donation to a food bank on orders received during the discounting period. EthicalSuperstore.com will donate a grocery item to the Newcastle West End food bank for every order it receives over £30 on Friday. The Gateshead firm is hoping to repeat the success of a similar offer it ran last year, when it donated a total of 1,576 grocery items worth more than £1,500 to the busy food bank. Peter Leatherland, of EthicalSuperstore.com , said: “Black Friday has become synonymous with crowds of people clamouring to get discounted technology products at well-known high street stores and supermarkets, but we want to do something a little different. “Our feel-good Friday provides customers with 20% off products as well as giving something back to the community through donations, helping those families who truly need it. “We want to raise awareness of food banks, hopefully encouraging our customers to think about others and perhaps donate to their own local food banks and good causes whilst hunting for bargains during Black Friday.” Now in its tenth year of trading, EthicalSuperstore allows shoppers to buy fair trade, organic, and eco-friendly merchandise. For every order over £30 it will donate products that have been specifically chosen by the food bank, including essentials such as pasta, rice and oats. Michael Nixon, from the Newcastle West End Food Bank, said: “We are the busiest food bank in the country, mainly because of the large areas of poverty we have here in the parts of the west end of Newcastle. “More than ever people are under intense financial pressure and more people will be using food banks this winter. As the weather turns colder and people face increased heating bills the need will only grow. “The generosity of the people of Newcastle is amazing so we are encouraging people to give a little this Christmas to help families in need. “With this generosity and help from businesses like Ethical Superstore with their donation scheme, we want to make sure families are properly fed and don’t have to choose between whether they heat their home or properly feed their family.” Like us on Facebook
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