Revitalise has partnered up with the John Lewis Partnership to provide revitalising holidays to its Partners who are disabled or carers.
National holiday charity, Revitalise is working with the John Lewis Partnership to provide Partners and their loved ones who are disabled or carers, the opportunity to enjoy a discount on Revitalise holidays.
For over 50 years, Revitalise has championed the importance of holidays for disabled people and carers. Especially for those who are working and caring for a loved one with a disability. The John Lewis Partnership also recognises the significance of taking time away from work. By working together, Partners and loved ones can take a much-needed holiday – at a discounted cost – and enjoy some revitalising time off, safe in the knowledge that any care needs has been well and truly taken care off.
Under the arrangement, John Lewis Partnership’s employees (Partners) can book a holiday at any one of three accessible holiday centres in Chigwell, Southport and Southampton by visiting the Partnership’s leisure benefits site https://www.partnerchoice.co.uk/ and entering the special offer code.
In addition to the discount offered to Partners and loved ones, Revitalise understands that affordability can be an issue. In response, the charity is able to provide its own funding and can also point Partners into the direction of other external sources of funding.
Commenting on the opportunity to work with the John Lewis Partnership, Chris Simmonds, CEO at Revitalise said:
“We are delighted to be supporting disabled people and carers across the John Lewis Partnership network. We passionately believe that everyone needs and deserves a break and this partnership gives us the potential to reach people juggling both working and caring, who may be in desperate need of a revitalising holiday.”
Stacey MacDougall, Partner & Development Manager, Accounts & Relationships at the John Lewis Partnership commented:
“We fully understand the need for our Partners to be able to get a break, and we know some of our team will be juggling caring responsibilities with their work. We are excited to partner up with Revitalise to give those Partners a much-needed opportunity, and we hope this partnership helps raise awareness of the services and support available to disabled people and carers.”