Tonik is a green energy company. All their electricity is 100% from renewable sources. They say they want to help their customers save money too (my kind of company!). Their aim is to help people cut their energy bills in half by 2022.
Raise £100 for WellChild by referring a friend to Tonik this December
Some energy companies are offering cash incentives to refer a friend to them. For example Octopus Energy will pay £15 per friend successfully referred. It’s always nice to get a bit of extra cash in your pocket at this time of year. It’s also a really good time to think of others less fortunate. If your energy is provided by Tonik, they are doing something different to everyone else this December. They are also doing a refer a friend scheme, but for every successful referral they will give £100 to a charity called WellChild.
WellChild’s mission is to help support children and young people who have exceptional health needs to live at home and receive their care there. These children would otherwise have to stay in hospital. In hospital, they would miss out on the comforts of home and being a part of family life. Tonik have set themselves the goal of giving £100,000 to WellChild before the end of the 2017.
One of the reasons Tonik want to support this charity is because of the high energy costs of supporting these children at home. They often need to use equipment which is on all day and all night and gobbles up energy. In the winter these families may also need to put the heating on more than other families. Some of their child’s needs may make it difficult to leave the house. Tonik are ‘partnering with Wellchild as they want to reduce this burden on families who already have so much to deal with’.
How can you help?
Do you have your energy provided by Tonik or are you thinking of switching to them? If you do / are, then help them achieve their goal of raising £100,000 for WellChild by recommending them to your friends and family this December. You could also help support Wellchild directly.
Disclaimer – this post has been sponsored by Tonik Energy – opinions are all my own! Picture credit – Tonik Energy/ WellChild