Discount supermarket Aldi is set to bring back popular DIY bauble decorating kit for Christmas as part of their five-year charity partnership with Teenage Cancer Trust, raising funds to help ensure no young person faces cancer alone.
The campaign will see 100% of profits from the sale of every Charity Paint Your Own Bauble Kit (£1.99) go directly to the charity, as Aldi embarks on its mission to raise £5M in five years.
The Bauble pack includes six, yet-to-be-decorated, ceramic baubles and a pack of paint pots and glitter plus, this year, Aldi are offering an Elf and Fairy Door Kit, including 2 doors, 6 stepping stones, paint, glitter, mini keys and more – perfect for creating stand-out decorations to add that personal touch.
Available to buy in Aldi stores and online from 5th November, the Charity Paint Your Own Bauble Kit and Elf and Fairy Door Kit (£1.99) are available while stocks last.
Julie Ashfield, Managing Director for Corporate Buying at Aldi, comments: “We’re proud of our partnership with the Teenage Cancer Trust and we’re dedicated to raising as much money as possible. That’s why we’re re-launching our popular Paint Your Own Kits, offering families the perfect opportunity to get together this festive season while supporting a wonderful cause.”
Kate Collins, Acting CEO at Teenage Cancer Trust, said: “Whilst Christmas is a lovely time for most, for some young people and their families, it’s truly tough. We’re grateful for Aldi’s ongoing support, and every penny raised from Paint Your Own Kits will go towards making sure young people don’t face cancer alone.”
Aldi’s Charity Paint Your Own Kits (£1.99) go into stores and online on 5th November, and as with all Specialbuys, once it’s gone, it’s gone! 100% of the profits from Aldi’s Paint Your Own Kits will go to Teenage Cancer Trust.
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