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When we adopted the tagline ‘Electric heating for tomorrow’s world’, it was to us more than just a company tagline and a header on the website it had to work with us to help install a better future.
We care about our planet, which is why we strive to make homes more energy-efficient through reliable, sustainable, and connected electric heating products. And in 2021, we are standing by our tagline – helping to create a better, more sustainable future by donating to one of two charities every time you buy an Elnur Gabarron electric heating product.
It’s simple when you buy an Elnur product and register the warranty on our website, we will donate to a charity on your behalf. Switching to Elnur’s electric heating products is a small change that will make a big difference, and together, we can help install a more sustainable future through the power of electric heating.
We have selected two incredible charities to support, both of which are close to our hearts and we can’t wait to see what difference the money you’ll help us donate will make.
The Trussell Trust supports a nationwide network of food banks, providing emergency food and support to people locked in poverty. In the UK, more than 14 million people are living in poverty. Of this number, a staggering 4.5 million are children.
• In the last five years, food bank use in Trussell Trust’s network has increased by 74%.
• A record 1.9m food bank parcels have been given to people in the past year, an 18% increase on the previous year.
Their vision is for a UK without the need for food banks altogether, and their strategic five-year plan will work towards this change. Together with The Trussell Trust, we can help make a difference for future generations.
Cool Earth works alongside rainforest communities to halt deforestation and its impact on climate change. We all rely on rainforests, no matter where we are. But effective conservation is only possible when local people, who are uniquely suited to manage and protect our rainforests, are put first.
Working in six countries, Cool Earth aims to empower these communities and equip them with the tools and skills so that one day, there’ll be no need for Cool Earth funds long term.
But why rainforest? Rainforest is the earth’s most essential ecosystem, and we all depend on it for our survival.
Of the world’s remaining forests:
• 46% are fragmented
• 30% are degraded
• Only 24% are intact
Deforestation is one of the biggest causes of climate change – something which is no longer up for debate. Climate change is real and at Elnur, we want to help mitigate it.
Click here to read more about how we’re working with The Trussell Trust and Cool Earth to Install a better future.
Because we care about the future, Elnur will donate to either The Trussell Trust or Cool Earth for every product registered. Yes, that’s right! Every single electric heating product is involved in our charity pledge. From storage heaters to electric radiators and electric boilers to panel heaters, every time a warranty is registered, we’ll donate to The Trussell Trust or Cool Earth.
Should you opt into hearing from us, we will keep you updated via email so you can see how together, we can create a more sustainable world and install a better future for generations to come.
All electric heating products available at Elnur (Gabarron) are included in the charitable pledge. If you would like more information about how you can get more involved with our charities, please contact a member of the Elnur UK team on 01942 670 119.
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