Owners of the leading personalised identification tag company, Absolute ID, have announced they are donating 25% from website sales to CLIC Sargent.
About Absolute ID
Absolute ID owners, Louise McParland and Rachel Weston first decided to start producing their own personalised identification tags called Wrist ID and Label ID, when they found there was nothing like it that people could wear and use in case of emergency.
The range of great personalised ID tags can be used and worn by anyone, from top athletes to young children who suffer from allergies. Worn and endorsed by international triathletes and sportsmen, the Wrist ID helps keep you safe wherever you go. Label IDs are also available and can be permanently stuck to bikes, laptops, phones and similar items that people regularly have with them.
CLIC Sargent promotion
Absolute ID decided that CLIC Sargent was a worthy cause and have chosen to donate a fantastic 25% from the sale of both their Wrist ID and Label ID brands when customers use the code: CLICSARGENT on the official Absolute ID website.
A free glow in the dark silicone band will also be sent to anyone who orders with this code, while stocks last.
For more information
To find out how you or your business can help raise funds for CLIC Sargent, please contact fundraising manager Nicola Hill, on 020 8752 2867or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.