WORCESTER Bosch is holding a charity raffle to raise money for a charity supporting NHS staff.

The company is raising money for NHS Charities Together, which is an association of charities supporting the NHS, its staff, volunteers and patients across the UK.

As part of the company’s fundraising efforts, it is raffling off two limited edition Greenstar I boilers.

These boilers are wrapped in two unique rainbow designs, inspired by the symbol being used to support the NHS during the coronavirus crisis.

Vic Billings, director of marketing, said: “We are so grateful to those working in the NHS during this crisis and want to show our appreciation in any way possible, including matching donations up to £10,000.

“We hope that our raffle helps NHS Charities Together to continue the incredible work they are doing on behalf of the NHS and brings some warmth to our two winners in these tough times.”

Worcester Bosch wants to recognise the outstanding work of the NHS with its raffle and has vowed to match donations up to £10,000.

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A single entry costs £5, however entrants can donate as much as they wish, with every £5 counting as a separate submission.

This means a donation of £50 would give the entrant 10 opportunities to win.

To enter, head to the competition’s Virgin Money Giving page through this link. Entrants must accept that their email address can be shared with the company for their entry to count.

The donation page can be found at uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fundraiser-display/showROFundraiserPage?userUrl=WorcesterBoschRainbowBoiler&pageUrl=8

Entries must be made before the closing date of June 25, with winners announced the following week.

The winners of this competition must ensure that the products are installed by a registered Gas Safe engineer. For full terms and conditions, head to: www.worcester-bosch.co.uk/rainbow.

This is the latest of several Worcester Bosch initiatives to support the NHS.

Other initiatives also include repurposing the Clay Cross factory to create 500 metal ventilator casings for the NHS, using 3D printers to make masks and staff sewing scrubs for NHS staff.