Company director Geoff Gittins has a professional and personal involvement with East Cheshire Hospice.
Father Harold and uncle Leslie Singleton were both cared for by the Hospice until they died more than 10 years ago.
Now Geoff’s business The Switched On Solutions Group (SOSG) has become the latest addition to the Hospice’s 500 Club in which members raise at least £500 a year over a three-year period.
Geoff and fellow directors David Baker and Martin Havenhand are keen to promote the 500 Club to other businesses.
Geoff, a lottery volunteer at the charity, said: “The Hospice has a loving environment for patients, families and friends and SOSG is delighted to offer its support.
“We’re a growing business helping businesses and organisations reduce costs and increase profit. We work with our expert partners in the energy, telecoms and finance sectors to get the best deals available for our clients.
“Our principles are trust, respect and integrity. Our client base includes churches and not-for-profit organisations which might not, for example, have secured the best energy deals in the past. Our commission comes from the suppliers with no cost to clients who make all the savings.”