The UK’s number one trade kitchen supplier, Howdens, is supporting BBC Children in Need this year, with a donation of a £10,000 kitchen. Our kitchen will form part of a ‘winner takes all’ bundle of prizes which will be available to win through a text to donate entry system.
The competition will be run from 10am Friday 19th November up until 23:59 the same night and will have its own segment on the live show, as one of the presenters will run through some of the prizes that one lucky winner will win. The competition will be promoted across BBC Children in Need’s social media channels and their website will detail all the prizes on offer.
With such a spectacular prize on offer, the prize will help BBC Children in Need raise money to change young lives right across the UK.
Sophie Leathley, Communications Manager at Howdens, says: “BBC Children in Need has such a long-standing history of helping young people in the UK, and we are exceptionally proud that we are able to be a part of this year’s fundraising efforts. “Now, more than ever, young people across the UK need support to address the lasting effects of the pandemic. Currently, BBC Children in Need is funding 2,500 local charities and projects across the UK, who are working to support children and young people facing a wide range of disadvantages.”