Look Good Feel Better

Press Release: Trafford Centre announces partnerships with three new local charities

The Trafford Centre has announced three local charities as the new recipients of the centre’s Fountain Fund scheme for 2023 – 2024. 

Look Good Feel Better will  receive a share of the money dropped into the fountains, as well as working closely alongside the centre on fundraising and awareness-raising campaigns. 

Since the Trafford Centre opened in 1998, over £1.2million has been collected in total from the centre’s famous fountains. Every single coin generously dropped into the water is cleaned, dried and donated to the centre’s nominated charities.  

Simon Layton, Centre Director at Trafford Centre, said: “Trafford Centre is an active part of the community, and we’re passionate about supporting local charities and causes. Our three new charity partners are very worth recipients of our Fountain Fund scheme, and we’re looking forward to developing long-term relationships with their teams, providing opportunities such as free promotional spaces, staff volunteering days and support with awareness campaigns.” 

Look Good Feel Better  

Look Good Feel Better delivers cancer support services in local communities across the UK through a series of face-to-face and online group workshops for people facing cancer.  Workshops are free to join.  Expert volunteers offer advice to women, men and young adults about changes during treatment to skin, eyebrows, eyelashes, hair and nails and how to improve body confidence. People leave workshops feeling empowered, motivated and less isolated – allowing them to live their lives confidently, during their cancer treatment. 

Mark Flannery, CEO, Look Good Feel Better, said: “To be chosen as charity partner the Trafford Centre is a real game changer for us. Being linked to such a prestigious Manchester venue will help put our services firmly on the map in the area. Thank you to everyone at the Trafford Centre for helping us to support your customers and your communities, allowing us to reach more people in Manchester than ever before.”