Lite n’ Easy, Australia’s No.1 healthy meal delivery service, has partnered with The Common Good to help Australians live happier, healthier and longer lives.
The partnership will see Lite n’ Easy providing a donation to The Common Good on behalf of selected customers who restart their Lite n’ Easy healthy meal delivery service between now and April 3.
Every four Lite n’ Easy customers who restart their deliveries will see an hour of medical research funded via The Common Good, into research areas including heart disease, lung disease, dementia and mental health.
Dennis Stark, Lite n’ Easy’s CEO, said that partnering with a medical research organisation like The Common Good makes perfect sense for Lite n’ Easy.
“At Lite n’ Easy we are absolutely committed to helping our customers lead healthier, longer, more active lives and these core values align perfectly with those of The Common Good,” said Mr Stark.
“If we can deliver delicious, healthy food to our customers with the added benefit of providing a donation to important medical research, then it is a win-win situation for everyone involved.”
Michael Hornby, CEO of The Common Good, said he was ecstatic to be able to partner with Lite n’ Easy.
“The Common Good and Lite n’ Easy align exactly in our core commitments to helping Australians live their lives to the fullest, while being healthier and happier along the way,” said Mr Hornby.
“This generous gift will be directly applied to the area of health that matters to each individual customer – it’s direct, it’s personal, and it’s effective with 100% of every donation being applied entirely to the research.
“Our sincere thanks goes to the whole team at Lite n’ Easy for their partnership, we look forward to making the campaign a huge success, with the goal to fund hundreds of hours of medical research. This will go a very long way in our campaign to improve the physical and mental health of the Australian public.”
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