Last year, Cobra launched a new partnership with Breast Cancer Now, the research and care charity, by launching its limited edition pink mower that raised money for the charity.
Following the great success of the campaign which saw the lawnmower manufacturer donating £5,000 to the charity, Cobra has announced it is continuing its support for 2020.
£25 from every sale of the GTRM38P mower will be donated to the charity to help fund world class research and life changing support for anyone affected by breast cancer.
The GTRM38P electric lawnmower has a 15” cutting width and has seven different settings for the height of cut, which is easy to adjust with a simple lever. Weighing just 17kg and with a 10m cable it is a lightweight and convenient option that is ideal for smaller gardens. With its integrated rear roller it can even give the perfect striped finish. It also has an optional mulch plug that returns the grass clippings back into the lawn. Mulching lawnmowers recycle the grass by finely cutting and re-cutting the clippings. As the clippings decompose, nutrients and fertilisers are returned to the soil meaning the grass can be cut and fertilised at the same time.
Breast Cancer Now is the UK’s first comprehensive breast cancer charity, steered by world-class research and powered by life-changing care. The charity is here for anyone affected by breast cancer, the whole way through, providing support for today and hope for the future.
Lisa Gilmour, Head of Regional Fundraising at Breast Cancer Now, the research and care charity, said: “From everyone at Breast Cancer Now, I would like to say a massive thank you to Cobra staff and customers for their ongoing support of the charity.
“Despite decades of progress in research and care, around 11,500 women and 80 men still die from breast cancer every year in the UK, with hundreds of thousands more living with the devastating, long-term physical and emotional impacts of the disease.
“The money that Cobra continues to raise will enable us to continue our vital work and help us get one step closer to our ambition that, by 2050, everyone diagnosed with the breast cancer lives – and is supported to live well. Every pound, every hour, every action will help us to get there. Thank you to Cobra for your on-going support and we are looking forward to continuing the partnership.”
This story was published on: 20/06/2020
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