Supermarkets donate profits from #icebucketchallenge to MND Association

Supermarkets donate profits from #icebucketchallenge to MND Association

29 Aug 2014 | Alice Sharman

Tesco has announced that it will donate the profits made from an increase in sales of ice to the Motor Neurone Disease Association, which has now received over £3m through donations from the ice bucket challenge.


Supermarkets donate profits from #icebucketchallenge to MND Association

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