PEST UK donate £1,344 to Operation Smile - PEST UK

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PEST UK donate £1,344 to Operation Smile

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PEST UK are proud to continue our support of Operation Smile with a donation of £1,344 made today, 29 December 2022. This year is the 10th successive year we’ve donated 1% of our annual profit to change the lives of children born with a cleft.

Operation Smile is a global charity providing world-class cleft care in more than 30 countries helped by more than 6,000 highly skilled medical volunteers. The organisation is dedicated to improving the health and lives of children born with cleft conditions through access to safe, free, effective surgery and comprehensive cleft care. Without treatment, cleft conditions can cause severe health problems which can become fatal.

PEST UK believe in sharing our success and hope that potential customers will choose a company that donates a percentage of their profit to charity. By using PEST UK to get rid of the pests in your home or business you can, quite literally, help put a smile on a child’s face.

About Operation Smile

Operation Smile believe that all children deserve access to high quality health care. Through their work, they have provided free life-changing surgical and comprehensive care for more than 326,000 patients. In the countries where they work, five million people live with untreated cleft conditions. Most are beyond the reach of existing hospital care. Over the next decade, Operation Smile will work to empower more people to care for more patients in more places.

Cleft surgery can transform a child’s life in as little as 45 minutes, but there is often a whole package of specialist care needed to help patients have the best chance of living happy, healthy lives. Operation Smile provides dentistry, orthodontics, speech therapy and psychosocial care.


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