CellarVie Wines announce Anthony Nolan partnership

CellarVie Wines are pleased to announce a new partnership with blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan.
The new initiative sees CellarVie Wines donate 50 pence for every bottle of wine sold to Anthony Nolan’s registered supporters between 25th June and 30th June and 20 pence thereafter.
All donations will go directly to Anthony Nolan to help the charity’s continued research into stem cell matching and transplants to improve outcomes for all patients with blood cancer. CellarVie Wines have also facilitated the option for users to make their own personal donations to Anthony Nolan via the new website.
Commenting on the official partnership with Anthony Nolan, CellarVie Wines’ Managing Director Christopher Carson said: “Having known and supported Anthony Nolan for many years, and admired their sterling work in helping save young people’s lives, we are delighted to make the organisation our company’s charity on an on-going basis.”
There are currently over 450,000 people on the Anthony Nolan register, but the charity would like to grow this, to make more matches and save more lives. As it costs £100 to recruit each new donor to the register, the charity needs vital funds in order to do so and relies on support from corporate organisations such as CellarVie Wines.
Nicky Read, Head of Corporate at Anthony Nolan, added: “We’re very excited about working with CellarVie Wines – their staff are keen to get involved with all aspects of what we do. CellarVie Wines’ support will not only help raise vital funds, which we can use to add new donors to the register and fund pioneering research, but it will also help to raise awareness of our work among their customer base.”
To learn more about the important work undertaken by Anthony Nolan and find out how to help raise vital funds, so that the charity can continue to grow their register, fund pioneering research and invest in projects such as their successful cord blood programme visit www.anthonynolan.org/. 
[Main image: CellarVie Wines' Managing Director Christopher Carson (L) and Chairman of Anthony Nolan Simon Dyson] 


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