Eden Mill is donating hand sanitiser to charities and hospices across Scotland

The brewer and distiller is distributing an initial 1000 bottles of antibacterial hand gel to CHAS (Children’s Hospices Across Scotland) Robin House in Balloch (pictured), The Prince and Princess of Wales Hospice, and five charities supported by Eden Mill’s sponsorship partner, the Celtic Foundation: The Salvation Army at Parkhead, Spirit Aid, FARE Scotland, The Wayside Club and Glasgow’s Golden Generation. Eden Mill is also supporting care facilities close to its distilleries, including Eden Hospice in Carlisle and Barrogil Care Home in Cluny, near its site in Guardbridge.

Under Eden Mill’s ‘buy one give one’ scheme, customers can buy a 250ml bottle of hand sanitiser for £5 online, which will cover the cost of donating a bottle to the charities.

Paul Miller, co-founder of Eden Mill, said: “When we realised that we could help the battle against this virus by making hand sanitiser, we knew it was something we absolutely had to do.

“We know how difficult it has been for the public to buy hand sanitiser, so we wanted to give them the opportunity to protect themselves and the people around them, while supporting local charities.

Read full press release here.

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