Staff at Pavers Shoes in Spalding had no trouble deciding on a worthy charity to receive a cash donation.
Sharon Cocliff, who manages the store at Springfields Outlet Shopping, said a colleague had been diagnosed with cancer in September and died within two months.
She said: “She died very quickly so that charity is close to our hearts.”
A cheque for £100 was presented to Mick Hanson, chairman of Spalding and Holbeach Macmillan Cancer Support.
Each of Pavers’ stores is giving £100 to a charity of their choice in recognition of the opening of the group’s 100th store at the newly built London Designer Outlet.
A Pavers’ spokesman said: “All Pavers’ stores have been asked to nominate a charity of their personal choice, in their operation area, be it large or small, who they feel would benefit from receiving a monetary contribution totalling £100.”