Companies pledge support to help charity

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NEW firms have come forward to support a charity under a new scheme.

The Rainbow Centre in Fareham works with children and adults with cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s and stroke victims.

It receives no statutory cash and relies on donations and has launched the 100 Club.

The scheme sees supporters pledge to donate £100 a month.

Hendy Group, Novatech, Paris Smith, Premier Marinas and Snows BMW and Mini have all now signed up.

The charity hopes corporate support will cover half of its required monthly running and service costs.