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 a big thank you to help for hunger 

This year we were challenged with the request of 927 ( roughly 2700 bags) hampers and counting. This posed a huge logistical and administrative problem which I have been personally working on since September. Aside from this I just want to thank all the helpers who volunteered their own time to come and help make this happen last week, hire vans, pack, wrap and deliver the hampers. I know a few have been mixed up but considering it was only 5 out of 937 I don't think that's too bad. 

Please keep any feedback coming from the receivers. It really helps the volunteers and donors to understand the difference this campaign makes. Here is a link to a video which we made. .

Wishing you all a wonderful and happy Christmas. Here's to an even bigger and better 2023 in supporting Children in poverty. 

Warm regards

Rosie and team 

Help us make a difference. 2022-12-16 

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