We have donated a bumper bundle of food and necessities to The Foxton Centre in our Christmas appeal.
Throughout December, our staff, customers and suppliers have been dropping off their donations. The Foxton Centre chief executive officer Jeff Marsh visited the centre on Watery Lane in Preston to pick up the donated goods in person.
Tom Fox, managing director at our Centre, said: “As a proud Prestonian I know all about the great work of The Foxton Centre. For over 50 years they have helped to give the homeless a bed and a voice to people at the margins of society in our city.
“Their mission really struck a chord with our staff and customers, especially at Christmas. We were only too happy to help with their appeal. We hope it will help to make a small difference.”
The Foxton Centre is able to provide the services to the community because of a combination of funding grants from large organisations as well as donations from individuals and businesses.
Jeff Marsh, The Foxton Centre chief executive officer, said: “Thank you to Porsche Centre Preston and all the other local businesses who have supported our Christmas appeal. Every donation makes a big difference and goes directly to supporting our practical work on the ground. Donations to the Foxton Centre give us the flexibility to respond quickly in helping people.
“Our foodbank helps those who are most in need of feeding themselves and their families by providing good quality food items to ensure their families don’t go hungry.”
To help The Foxton Centre in Preston, more information about how to donate is available from www.thefoxtoncentre.co.uk/donate
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