Tis the season for gift giving tra la la…. you know the rest. It’s Christmas time which means presents under the tree, and lots of delicious turkey in our bellies. But unfortunately, that holiday cheer is the last thing on some people’s minds. Charity is important, and definitely something that more people should be involved in. Even if it’s just sticking that rusty old one penny in the pot at the checkout, every little helps. But there are some heroes among us, and one of those heroes is Tonik Energy.

We spoke about Tonik Energy earlier in the year, with their claim of becoming greener and saving you cash on energy bills by using smart batteries. But this time around we want to talk about their generous new referral scheme they’re running this holiday season.

For every successful referral they receive from their refer-a-friend sign up, Tonik Energy will donate £100 to the children’s charity WellChild. The campaign started on the 8th December and Tonik Energy has set themselves a goal of £100,000 by the end.

WellChild is a charity dedicated to bringing aid to seriously ill children and their families. There are over 100,000 children in the UK that can spend months or even years of their lives in hospital, and even when a child is released, will still need daily care. WellChild are there to assist with this.

Tonik Energy’s Managing Director, Chris Russell, says, “We want to have a positive impact not only on the environment but on society as a whole. WellChild is doing
extraordinary work and we wanted to help. By coming together with our members and potential new customers we hope to raise a significant amount of money that will have a meaningful impact on the lives of seriously ill children and their families.”

Tonik’s Partnerships Manager, Mark Neveu, says, “Families in this situation can have excessively high energy bills due to the need for energy-intensive equipment that often runs 24 hours a day. Through our refer-a-friend scheme this December, our goal is to raise £100,000 for this vital charity that seeks to make life caring for a seriously ill child at home easier for families and to give their children the very best chance to flourish.”

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