In the UK there are 130 people diagnosed with multiple sclerosis each week. Here at the MS Trust we provide support to anyone affected by the condition, from funding specialist MS nurses to providing information and specialist training. We receive no government funding for our work and rely on the generosity of our supporters. That’s why, for the month of April, we’re teaming up with Discount Promo Codes in their charity poll.
Discount Promo Codes is the sister site of My Favourite Voucher Codes, and lists thousands of codes, offers and deals for some of the UK’s biggest retailers. Each month, the Discount Promo Codes site donates 20% of their profits to charity. In April 2017, we took part in the My Favourite Voucher Codes charity poll, where we won a donation of over £200, and we are delighted to have been asked back to take part in the poll for their sister site.
About Discount Promo Codes
Every month, Discount Promo Codes donate 20% of their profits to a worthy cause, which is voted for by visitors to their site. Three charities take part each month, and the one with the most votes is the winner of the donation. Every time a purchase is made through the site, a small commission is made at no extra cost to the consumer, and this contributes to the donation pot for the winning charity. The poll is completely free to vote in, and users needn’t sign up to any newsletters or use any codes for their vote to count.
How can you support the MS Trust this April?
A great way to show your support for us this April, at no extra cost to you, is by casting your vote on the Discount Promo Code website. From the 1st of April, head over to Discount Promo Codes where the poll will be on the right hand side of the homepage. Simply click on the MS Trust and hit the green button to register your vote, and you’re done!
As we mentioned, it’s completely free for you to vote for us. However, if you’re planning to make any online purchases its worth browsing the available deals, as you might be able to save yourself some money on top of casting your vote, and all at no extra cost to you. The poll will be running until the 30th of April, so there’s loads of time to get involved. Be sure to share with your friends too and help us drum up plenty of votes! Thank you.
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