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Preston Community Hub collecting gift donations for Christmas shoe boxes

Posted on - 21st November, 2020 - 7:00pm | Author - | Posted in - Charities, Christmas, Fishwick, Preston News, Proud Preston, St Matthews
Preston Community Hub are encouraging people to donate to this years shoebox appeal
Preston Community Hub are encouraging people to donate to this years shoebox appeal

Preston Community Hub’s volunteers are in the process of collecting gifts for children in the St Matthews and Fishwick area of Preston.

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Currently around 120 families are served a week by the foodbank which is held on Tuesday and Thursdays between 1-3pm.

The events of this year have been devastating for many, especially families who need the foodbank and Christmas is set to be very different this year.

The Community Hub are encouraging people to donate gifts which can be given to those in need this Christmas.

Read more: Prestonians urged to give a gift to those in need at Royal Preston Hospital this Christmas

A spokesperson for the Preston Community Hub said: “So far, we have received a hugely positive response and we would like to give a hearty thanks to those who have already donated gifts for the generosity they have shown.”

For anyone who wishes to donate gifts, Christmas wrapping paper and/or shoeboxes for girls and boys. The age ranges are: 0-2, 3-5, 6-10, 11-14.

Preston Community Hub are encouraging people to donate to this years shoebox appeal
Preston Community Hub are encouraging people to donate to this years shoebox appeal

Collection points are currently located at:

  • Preston Community Hub – Samuel Street, Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday 1-3pm
  • Dunhelm – Capitol Way during their opening hours
  • Ickle Ishys Boutique – 12 Ribbleton Avenue

Read more: Santa Dash returning as a virtual event this year

Donations will be accepted until December 20.

For more information visit the Facebook page, Preston Community Hub, email hub@prestoncommunity.co.uk or call 07517339887.

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Please note that due to Covid regulations, only new items can be accepted.

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