The People’s Operator (TPO), the mobile phone company aiming to raise millions for UK causes, has joined forces with The Children’s Heart Federation (CHF) to raise money to help save the lives of children born with heart disease.
A Facebook campaign has been launched by TPO, which donates GBP1.00 to the charity for every ‘like’ it receives. The phone company hopes that the money raised will help support CHF’s campaign for all newborns in the UK to be screened for a range of heart conditions.
Samantha Johnson, from the Children’s Heart Federation said: “We are very grateful to The People’s Operator for their generosity. We encourage all Facebook users who want to help children in the UK with heart conditions to support this campaign.”
Mark Epstein, co-founder and CEO of TPO also said: “The People’s Operator is proud to be partnering with the Children’s Heart Federation to help raise both money and awareness for their great cause. TPO is all about turning something you do every day into a force for good.”
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