Charitable Christmas Donations
On Friday 13 December some of our super staff helped to make the world better by donning a Christmas sweater in aid of Save the Children. £42 was raised on the day which will, amongst other things, help children displaced in Hurricane Haiyan in the Philippines.
Each year instead of sending Christmas cards a group of our staff donate the money to the CAFOD World Gifts appeal instead. Over £120 has been collected which covered the cost of setting up a vegetable garden, the purchase of some chickens and the start-up costs for a business amongst other things!
Read more about the Christmas Jumper Day campaign via www.savethechildren.org.uk/christmas-jumper-day
To find out more about CAFOD's World Gifts or to buy some of your own please visit www.worldgifts.cafod.org.uk
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