We received a request from Innokin kindly asking us if we would publish their latest Press Release regarding their collaboration with Dinner Lady who have teamed up with Simon Community Scotland to help support the homeless community across the UK.
This really is a great initiative and definitely something we support that two vaping giants are reaching out to help the most vulnerable in our community.
Please do take a few minutes to look at the article and see what good work is being done.
This is a sponsored post written by Innokin and released as a Press Article on their collaboration with Dinner Lady and Simon Community Scotland. We are not liable for the accuracy and content of this article.
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LEADING GLOBAL BRANDS ACT TO HELP VULNERABLE SMOKERS ACROSS THE UK
Vaping technology has the power to create positive change and today two of the world’s leading vape businesses have announced a new initiative to help the homeless community.
Both Innokin and Dinner Lady, which are known for manufacturing vaping devices and e-liquid, have teamed up with Simon Community Scotland, to provide the outreach charity with hundreds of new vaping starter kits.
Simon Community Scotland works to combat the causes and effects of homelessness. Street outreach teams work within these communities to provide accommodation and housing support to people who are sleeping rough or are at risk of becoming homeless and have been doing so for over fifty years.
The firms hope this first donation can be the start of a long-term project that reaches vulnerable smokers across the UK.
The starter kits are to be donated in Glasgow and Edinburgh and feature Innokins’ popular MVP pod kit matched with a range of Dinner Lady’s best-selling e-liquid, including the iconic Lemon Tart flavour which is an international award winner.
A range of kits have been provided to help all types of smokers to switch to vaping, which Public Health England say is ‘…around 95% less harmful than smoking and has the potential to help smokers quit.’
George Xia, Innokin Co-founder said: “Innokin’s mission has always been to help people improve their lives and offer less harmful alternatives to adult smokers. Many smokers in the UK don’t know how or can’t afford to switch from smoking to vaping.
Partnering with Vape Dinner Lady and a charity like Simon Scotland gives us the opportunity to make a real positive impact.”
Commenting on the donation, John Taylor, Dinner Lady Chief Marketing Officer said: “This is our first collaboration with Innokin and we are delighted to be supporting Simon Community Scotland in this way.
In the UK more than two thirds of homeless adults smoke and lack the necessary support network to switch. Together with Innokin, Dinner Lady can help by providing the very best vaping products the market can offer”.
Innokin aims to gather feedback from the initial donation, which will help gain an understanding of the specific challenges of the initiative and make further donations in the future.
As leading global manufacturers of vaping devices and e-liquids, Innokin and Vape Dinner Lady now feel it’s time to take action on smoking, especially in vulnerable communities.
Want to help? You can make life better for people suffering from homelessness in Scotland. Donate to Simon Scotland today.
If you represent a charity that could benefit from a similar initiative, you can contact Innokin at email@example.com.
Innokin Technology is one of the world’s leading vaping manufacturers, dedicated to providing adult smokers with affordable, reliable reduced risk products.
Dinner Lady is one of the world’s leading premium brands of e-liquids and disposable e-cigarettes. Made in the UK their products are now sold in more than 109 countries
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Vaping over the years has attracted so much bad press, most of it we feel is unjustified, so for a change it’s nice to hear some positive news that both Innokin and Dinner lady have teamed up together on this initiative to support the community.
Thank you for reading, we hope you enjoyed this news item and found it enlightening.