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QHotels increases support to children's charity

Hotel group launches incentive scheme for bookers, as part of three-year partnership with NSPCC

Pictured: QHotels has ramped up its support for children's charity NSPCC

QHotels has increased its support for the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC), by launching a new charitable incentive scheme for event bookers.

The new package allows corporate bookers using a QHotel property to donate the five per cent cashback they receive in high street vouchers to the NSPCC. 

It comes after QHotels raised £82,000 for the charity in its first year of partnership with NSPCC, exceeding its initial target of £75k, through a series of challenges including the London Marathon and Three Peaks Challenge.

It is all part of a three-year partnership between QHotels and NSPCC, which was launched in June 2016, with the aim of raising vital funds for the children's charity.

Caroline Brennan, senior partnerships manager at NSPCC, said: "It has been a real privilege working with the QHotels team in the first year of our partnership.  Their commitment to raising money for us has been outstanding and it has been great how they have involved both employees and guests in fundraising drives.

"Excitingly, the second year of the partnership is shaping up to be even better than the first with a number of new events and initiatives being organised across the UK."

Michael Purtill, managing director at QHotels, added: "We’ve been amazed by the hard work, passion and commitment that has gone into the impressive fundraising schedule over the past year, which has resulted in us surpassing our ambitious target by almost £10,000.

"We know that giving back to charity is just as important for our corporate clients as it is to our leisure guests and staff and going into our second year of partnership, we’re determined to keep breaking targets to raise money for this incredibly important cause." For more details visit:

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