Mander Hadley spreads Christmas cheer with presents for local looked-after children
With Christmas approaching, our firm has responded to a call from the City Council, to help ensure that every looked after child in Coventry has a present under the tree to open on Christmas Day.
The major donation drive has been organised by Councillor Patricia Seaman, Cabinet Member for Children and Young People, in conjunction with Coventry College on behalf of Voice of Care – a charity which works with children who are in care.
Our firm’s directors and staff have contributed dozens of toys and games for children of all ages to the appeal.
Managing Director, Jonathan Hall, said: “As a firm that has been based in Coventry for more than a century, we are always keen to make a contribution to our local community.
“Without these gifts from us and other businesses across the City, many of these children could find themselves with few or even no presents this Christmastime.
“We are delighted to have been able to play our part in improving Christmas for children in Coventry.”
Anyone wishing to get involved can do so by donating a Christmas gift. Donations should be new, with a value of around £10, for a child of any age – from babies up to 17-year-olds. The reception areas at Coventry College’s Swanswell Street campus and Henley Road campus are acting as drop off points for all presents.
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