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One Stop are proud to announce that they’ve raised an amazing £200,000 for BBC Children in Need this year! This is a record-breaking total for the convenience retailer’s partnership and the highest amount they’ve ever raised for any of their charity partners in one campaign.  

Jack Taylor, Community and Partnership Manager at One Stop Stores said: “We’re over the moon with our record-breaking total raised for BBC Children in Need this year! At One Stop, we’re proud to be part of a supportive community that will always go above and beyond to make a difference. A massive thanks to our amazing colleagues and customers, because without your help none of this would have been possible!”

Claire Hoyle, Director of Income, Marketing & Communications at BBC Children in Need said: “One Stop always go the extra mile in the name of Pudsey! This year’s support and range has been no exception with an incredible total raised of £200k. Huge thanks to all of One Stop’s colleagues and customers, all your amazing efforts provides vital funds for children and young people across the UK when they need it most!”

This is the 11th year running that One Stop have supported BBC Children in Need, with their stores getting behind this year’s “SPOTacular” campaign by selling an exciting range of merchandise including a Pudsey Pin Badge, Pudsey Ears, Pudsey Pens, Small Pudsey Toy and an exclusive Pudsey Water Bottle!

It wasn’t just their exciting Pudsey-themed merchandise that helped raise such an incredible amount of money, One Stop colleagues went all out this year, fundraising across stores, distribution centres and the head office! Colleagues fundraised in a whole range of ways including cake sales, raffles, tombola’s, fun days, pop-up shops and plenty of Pudsey visits around the UK!

To find out more about One Stop’s community efforts, visit https://www.onestop.co.uk/children-in-need/

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