Utility Bidder, based at Compass Point in Market Harborough, has announced a new partnership with the NSPCC.
The company is planning to raise a total of £12,000 in 12 months to support the charity’s National Schools Service scheme.
Specialising in commercial gas and electricity supplies, Utility Bidder offers a unique reverse auction for large suppliers to bid for business utilities.
Director James Longley said: “We are extremely pleased about our recent partnership with the NSPCC and proud to be the first broker to set up a partnership of this size with a charity.
“The NSPCC is a fantastic charity that goes to great lengths to protect children and families across the UK. We are hoping to raise a significant amount of money to support the National Schools Service scheme and we have grand plans to take on some challenging fundraising events over the next year to get to our target.”
For more details about the firm’s events and fundraisers see the website www.utilitybidder.co.uk.