Fife business, Cloud Vapours, makes £1000 donation to Ukraine appeal

A business with its headquarters in Kirkcaldy has raised £1000 for the Disasters Emergency Committee’ Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal.

Monday, 1st August 2022, 8:35 am
Updated Monday, 1st August 2022, 8:35 am

The donation came from family company, Cloud Vapours, which has retail operations throughout Fife.

The smoking cessation business, which specialises in the manufacture and sale of e-liquid and vape supplies, has donated 100% of the sales from its specially blended Slava Ukraini E-Liquid to the appeal.

Cloud Vapours decided to mix a special ‘flavour of the month ‘ with all proceeds to the DEC.

The company donated 100% of the sales from its specially blended Slava Ukraini E-Liquid to the appeal.

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Justin Hughes, managing director, said: “We felt compelled to help and do our bit in helping raise vital funds for the DEC’s mission in Ukraine.”He added: “We hope that this can go a little way in helping to alleviate the plight for some of those affected in Ukraine and pray that this conflict ends soon.”

The family business was established in 2013 with dedicated retail operations in Cowdenbeath and a manufacturing facility in Kirkcaldy.