Christmas is a time for family, friends and love – whether it be old or new. But, people are struggling to find the elusive ‘One’ before the holiday season is upon us.
Christmas parties and nights out for single people usually mean the traditional matchmaking mistletoe, but this year Cancer Research UK and relationship gurus Uniformdating.com want to ‘spread a little Christmas love’ by encouraging men and women to buy their mate a date whilst raising money for charity at the same time.
For just £10, people can act as Christmas cupid to their single friends, giving them the chance to meet that someone special whilst also supporting a very important cause. Each time someone ‘buys their mate a date’ at www.uniformdating.com/GIFT, Uniformdating.com will donate a minimum of £7.50 to Cancer Research UK to help fund its life saving work to beat cancer.
In addition by Valentine’s Day, Uniformdating.com aims to have raised a ‘tonne of love’ – equivalent to a tonne of £1 coins (£105,000), for Cancer Research UK. All new Uniformdating.com members who want to help play their part in raising a ‘tonne of love’ simply have to register at uniformdating.com/tol. This will ensure that a pound is donated on their behalf to the charity.
Half of people with cancer now survive beyond five years thanks to the work of Cancer Research UK. Purchases from uniformdating.com/GIFT will further help support the charity’s work to beat a disease which affects more than one in three people at some point in their lives.