Shoppers in High Wycombe are being urged to help The Royal Star & Garter Homes win a share of £1,000.
Customers at Waitrose in Marlow Hill can vote for the Charity with green tokens given to them at the check-out throughout June. It is part of the supermarket’s Community Matters initiative.
The Royal Star & Garter Homes, which cares for ex-Servicemen and women and their partners living with disability or dementia, opened its state-of-the-art Home in Hughenden Avenue in April.
Shoppers are able to vote for three good causes from the store. The more tokens received by the Charity, the bigger its share of £1,000.
The money is going towards the purchase of a new minibus, which will be used to help take resident on outings and to medical appointments.
Caley Eldred, Director of Supporter Engagement at the Charity, said: “We’re so excited to be in High Wycombe and part of Waitrose’s Community Matters programme. A minibus will allow residents to get out and about, and play a key role in the quality of care we provide.”
The Charity also has Homes in Surbiton, Surrey, and Solihull, West Midlands.