Leeds-based heating installer Allen Hart, owner of CCH Leeds, offers free boiler servicing and installations to customers in return for a donation to his chosen charity, The Candlelighters Trust.
The Trust donates hundreds of thousands of pounts to research into children's cancer every year, as well as providing practical and emotional support to families of children suffering from cancer.
Recently passing his target of £25,000, he first began providing charity installations in memory of his daughter Laura Hart, who lost her battle with a rare form of cancer in 2007, aged just three years old.
To be able to complete the projects, Mr Hart relies on boiler and parts donations from manufacturers and time donated by local installers.
On his latest installation in Harehills, Leeds, Mr Hart worked with boiler manufacturer Ravenheat. The company donated a highly efficient WH90 combi boiler for the seven-radiator system, and the company’s technical service manager, John Wilson, also provided the radiators needed to complete the project.
Mr Hart said: “I’d like to thank Ravenheat for donating the boiler and for their ongoing support to The Candlelighters Trust. It’s not the first time they’ve donated to our charity installs and without their help, this wouldn’t have been possible.”
John Wilson said: "We would like to thank CCH Leeds for giving us the opportunity to support this fantastic cause. Ravenheat are proud to be involved and we are humbled to see so many people giving up their time.”
Anyone interested in booking a free boiler service is asked to get in touch with Mr Hart on 07725 692 699, or by visiting www.cchleeds.co.uk. Donations are accepted via the JustGiving page at www.justgiving.com/cchleeds.
Pictured: Matt Butler, Paul Daley, Phil Howard, John Wilson (Ravenheat’s technical service manager), Dale Evans, Allen Hart (owner of CCH Leeds), Tahir Rafiq, and Louis Pickersgill (Ravenheat’s managing director).