A Midland solar panel company is on track to exceed its charity pledge of £5,000 for a Birmingham children’s hospice.
Eco2Solar has raised more than £4,500 towards its £5,000 annual target for Acorns Children’s Hospice Trust.
The Kidderminster firm adopted Acorns as its charity of the year last autumn. As well as donating £10 for each solar PV installation completed over the year, Eco2Solar has pledged Christmas card money and donated funds from its Making Sense of Green Energy Day.
Team members also took part in Acorns’ Santa run and are planning on completing the Free Radio Worcestershire Walk for Kids.
Eco2Solar managing director Paul Hutchens said: “We are thrilled with our progress so far and now hope to exceed our initial target.”
* Pictured are Rachel Cranny, corporate fundraising officer at Acorns Children’s Hospice and Mr Hutchens.