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Bury St Edmunds-based Treatt on target with request for Liverpool FC to help Kenyan orphanage

PUBLISHED: 09:00 16 October 2016

Treatt has secured the donation of footballs and shirts from Liverpool FC for an orphanage in Kenya, where the company's Earthoil division grows and produces tea tree oil.

Treatt has secured the donation of footballs and shirts from Liverpool FC for an orphanage in Kenya, where the company's Earthoil division grows and produces tea tree oil.


Earthoil, the personal care and cosmetics ingredients division of Bury St Edmunds-based flavours and fragrances group Treatt, has enlisted the help of Liverpool FC to provide equipment for some football-loving orphans in Africa.

Earlier this year, members of the Earthoil team in the foothills of Mount Kenya, where the firm grows and produces tea tree oil, saw children from a local orphanage playing football with balls made from bound bundled of plastic bags as they had no proper footballs to use.

Treatt finance director Richard Hope, a keen Liverpool supporter, contacted the club’s academy to ask if it would donate the footballs to the orphanage.

The club responded by sending not only a large quantity of footballs but also shirts for the children, which Treatt then shipped out to Kenya.

A Treatt spokesman said: “They were recently officially handed over by Earthoil workers, to the delight of the children at the orphanage who can now play football properly – and look the part!”

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