Help for Heroes Breakfast Set £3.74 - at least 60p goes to help for heroes + other foodie gifts all under £5 @ Argos
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Help for Heroes Breakfast Set £3.74 - at least 60p goes to help for heroes + other foodie gifts all under £5 @ Argos

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Found 1st Jan
Choose between breakfast set..
mug

argos.co.uk/pro…345

or baking set.. all £3.74

argos.co.uk/pro…728

Loads available in store and mug still available for home delivery..


All sorts available
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The help the heroes that has over 50 million in profits sat in its bank account?

The help the heroes that spend millions on its management?

The help the heroes that has countless beds laying empty in their centres?

Disgusting 'charity' set up to feather the owners nests, abd they have done very well out of it.

Take these items or insurance, that are bought and sold via their seperate trading arm, where management get paid extremely well, where their offices are rented at an inflated rent from someone linked to the company, where they provide company cars for management etc etc, after all these costs that are paid, that's what gets 'donated' to the help for heroes charity arm.

It's a massive con with countless people creaming off money with a couple of percent going to the help the heroes charity, a d then even less actually helping people.
Edited by: "eset12345" 2nd Jan
60p is that all. Pitiful seen as these items probably cost 60p to make. Think I would rather go stick my £3.74 in a charity box
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Out of stock for 100 miles
This is a tin mug isn’t it.....in keeping with army supplies.
I got the breakfast set. It’s really nice would make a good gift too
NOTHING AND I MEAN NOTHING says respect like buying charity products only after they have been reduced to represent a bargain
60p is that all. Pitiful seen as these items probably cost 60p to make. Think I would rather go stick my £3.74 in a charity box
Graham1979:
NOTHING AND I MEAN NOTHING says respect like buying charity products only after they have been reduced to represent a bargain

I wouldn't respect Help for Hero's anyway bunch of crooks in pricible sounds like a great charity. Never heard anything good about it Massive mansions and nice Ferrari' s. This charity is always in the news for scandles or investigations.
Graham197920 m ago

NOTHING AND I MEAN NOTHING says respect like buying charity products only …NOTHING AND I MEAN NOTHING says respect like buying charity products only after they have been reduced to represent a bargain


.. they only get 60p at full price anyway.. so if it bothers you that much you can always donate the 11.25 to H4H
Graham197920 m ago

NOTHING AND I MEAN NOTHING says respect like buying charity products only …NOTHING AND I MEAN NOTHING says respect like buying charity products only after they have been reduced to represent a bargain


So did they give more than 60p when sold at full price?
Geemac4 m ago

So did they give more than 60p when sold at full price?


Probably not.. it says in the description that
‘A minimum of 60p from the price of this product will be contributed to Help for Heroes Trading Limited which Gift Aids all its taxable profits to Help for Heroes (Registered Charity Number 1120920)’

But even if you look at it as just a breakfast set, or mug set it’s an alright price for a gift!
In stock, shame not for me guttediam Heat Added


Fareham West Street
Address: 97-99 West Street, PO16 0AS
cenedra1319 m ago

.. they only get 60p at full price anyway.. so if it bothers you that much ….. they only get 60p at full price anyway.. so if it bothers you that much you can always donate the 11.25 to H4H


What does the CEO and management team get paid?
Got the mug Thanx Op
Thanks
Soldiers are not heroes.

Similar thing in the Tesco Christmas sales for less
The help the heroes that has over 50 million in profits sat in its bank account?

The help the heroes that spend millions on its management?

The help the heroes that has countless beds laying empty in their centres?

Disgusting 'charity' set up to feather the owners nests, abd they have done very well out of it.

Take these items or insurance, that are bought and sold via their seperate trading arm, where management get paid extremely well, where their offices are rented at an inflated rent from someone linked to the company, where they provide company cars for management etc etc, after all these costs that are paid, that's what gets 'donated' to the help for heroes charity arm.

It's a massive con with countless people creaming off money with a couple of percent going to the help the heroes charity, a d then even less actually helping people.
Edited by: "eset12345" 2nd Jan
Graham19791st Jan

NOTHING AND I MEAN NOTHING says respect like buying charity products only …NOTHING AND I MEAN NOTHING says respect like buying charity products only after they have been reduced to represent a bargain


The charity has made their money by the time this stuff is sold to the wholesaler and buying it, even at a reduced price still raises the public profile of the cause and (by turning a potential loss into a break even) makes it rather more likely that retailers will order the charity stuff again next year in order to signal their god virtue to their customers.
Baldieman641 m ago

The charity has made their money by the time this stuff is sold to the …The charity has made their money by the time this stuff is sold to the wholesaler and buying it, even at a reduced price still raises the public profile of the cause and (by turning a potential loss into a break even) makes it rather more likely that retailers will order the charity stuff again next year in order to signal their god virtue to their customers.


Hmmm no they haven't
Graham19791st Jan

NOTHING AND I MEAN NOTHING says respect like buying charity products only …NOTHING AND I MEAN NOTHING says respect like buying charity products only after they have been reduced to represent a bargain


Better than giving nothing . But this made me laugh so heat for comment
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