Children's voucher firm to give away 5% of profits

The childcare company KiddiVouchers has announced that it will donate 5 per cent of last year's profits to four children's charities.

The company, which produces vouchers for parents that can be redeemed at nurseries and childminders, has made donations to Save the Children, the Daycare Trust, Children First and Children in Need.

Save the Children told Third Sector it had been given £500 to help support UK children who are living in poverty.

"We're hugely grateful that KiddiVouchers is supporting our work here and we thank it for its kind donation," said Jenny Paul, community fundraising executive at Save the Children.

Claire Cook, account manager at KiddiVouchers, said: "As an ethical company, we decided to support children's charities with some of our profits.

"We chose Save the Children because it is such a worthwhile organisation, and we are proud that our company can make a difference and improve children's lives in the UK."

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