A £5,000 donation from safe-working employees and contractors at Shell's Stanlow manufacturing complex has enabled Wirral Holistic Care Services to continue to provide therapeutic care to people diagnosed with cancer.
The donation is part of Stanlow's Save'n'Score Scheme, a site-wide initiative which provides charity cash incentives for employees to work safely.
Each month about £4,000 is allocated by Shell to a charity pot. This amount reduces significantly if any accidents occur, making everyone on site extra safety conscious.
Ian Darlington, organiser of Save 'n' Score, said the scheme was popular among staff.
WHCS therapeutic cancer care charity helps several thousands of people a year through its centre in St Catherine's Hospital, Birkenhead.
Dorothy Crowther, chief executive, said: 'If it were not for companies like Shell we would not be able to continue. We rely significantly on donations and volunteers and are thoroughly grateful.'
For more information about the free services offered to people with a diagnosis of cancer, ring 0151 604 7316.