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  • Coleman Latest News

    Coleman Latest News

26
January
2017

Festive support for local community organisations

Festive support for local community organisations

Throughout the year Coleman look to provide support to those less fortunate or who need a little extra assistance in our local community and wider. This help and support is always particularly welcomed during the festive period.


Coleman staff have joined in and set out to help with particular initiatives over this Christmas period. They have filled shoe boxes with gifts including dolls, cuddly toys or deflated footballs with pumps and then including smaller fun toys, hygiene items and school supplies. These are then sent to Children throughout the world via Samaritan’s Purse.


For more information: https://www.samaritans-purse.org.uk/what-we-do/operation-christmas-child
Coleman staff also donated presents to the Poole Women’s Refuge and made a donations to Routes to Roots rather than sending printed Christmas cards to clients.


Finally, Coleman staff took part in ‘Give Cash Not Cards’ in aid of Autism Wessex, raising £85 which was helped along by a bake sale and wine raffle.

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