Falkirk Football Club are delighted to announce that our Official Energy Partner, The Energy Check, have signed up to support our official charity partner, Strathcarron Hospice.
The Energy Check make it easy for households to save hundreds of pounds a year on energy costs. Their electricity and gas comparison website will check every supplier and every tariff so that customers can get the best deal on their energy bills in just a few minutes. The Energy Check household utilities comparison site is totally impartial and, unlike some other non-specialist sites, compares every tariff and every supplier, so you get to find the very best energy deal.
Making the switch is as simple as hopping on to www.theenergycheck.co.uk and clicking to compare.
Don’t forget to use Falkirk Football Club’s unique code – FFC1.
For every fan who switches the Energy Check will donate £10 to Strathcarron Hospice and the fan will also receive a £10 gift voucher for the Falkirk FC Club Shop.
Falkirk FC Commercial Director, Kieran Koszary, said: “From the very first meeting we had with our partners at The Energy Check it was very clear that they share the same charitable values as Falkirk Football Club.
“They are not only committed to supporting our club but also the team at Strathcarron Hospice. I am delighted that using the power of the football club we have been able to bring all parties together for the good of the hospice but also to reward our fans.”
Claire Macdonald, Business Development Fundraiser at Strathcarron Hospice said of the partnership: “As an independent hospice, we rely on the continued support of our community in order to keep our services running. We are delighted that The Energy Check and Falkirk Football Club have chosen to support us in this way and each £10 donated really will make a meaningful difference to our patients and their families.”
Ryan Callaghan, Corporate Partnerships Manager at The Energy Check added: “The Energy Check are delighted to be supporting Strathcarron Hospice through our relationship with Falkirk Football Club. During my previous visits to Falkirk FC and also meeting the staff at the hospice, I understand how much the hospice means to the local community and we are thrilled to support the fantastic work they do.”