The Jump 2 IT Media team was recently proud to donate £100.00 towards Nature’s Way’s Crowdfunding project, which was hoping to bring sustainable shopping to the town and reduce the carbon footprint of local shoppers, and we are delighted to report that the target goal was reached!

The project, which has been set up by Emma Barnett, will see the Nature’s Way shop opening in Swadlincote, and the money raised will enable her to purchase the stock and equipment needed to make Emma’s dream a reality.

Once open, the shop will offer a range of reusable coffee cups, water bottles, cotton face wipes, reusable nappies and wet bags, bamboo toothbrushes, shampoo and soap bars, whilst beeswax, soy wraps and alternatives to cling film and foil will also be available to purchase.

We are looking forward to the shop opening its doors, as sustainable shopping in our local area is something that is important to all of us at Jump 2 IT Media.

If you like the idea of sustainable shopping act in Swadlincote, you can follow Nature’s Way on Facebook by clicking here.

This is the latest charitable donation that the Jump 2 IT Media team has recently made, following on from the donation and free website build that we provided Derbyshire Blood Bikes with, as well as the food bank donation that our team made ahead of Christmas 2018.

Nothing beats giving back to the community that we live in!

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