whiteballoon is proud to be a Royal Trinity Hospice Local Business Hero.
For many years, Royal Trinity was whiteballoon co-founder Amanda German’s local hospice. Living in Clapham, she saw first hand the wonderful support they provided to the local community, delivering outstanding care to more than 2,400 people each year.
Since 2021, whiteballoon has raised more than £2,650 for the hospice and we are delighted to say that we have now become a Local Business Hero in order to continue to support this invaluable service.
whiteballoon has also pledged to donate a minimum of 10% of our annual net profit to our three nominated charities, of which The Royal Trinity Hospice is one.
We enjoyed speaking to Isabelle Cottle at Royal Trinity about whiteballoon, our reason for becoming a Local Business Hero and why our relationship with them is so important to us.
To read the full interview, and to find out more about how to become a Local Business Hero, please go to Meet whiteballoon, one of Trinity’s Local Business Heroes (royaltrinityhospice.london).