Exmouth Christmas gift appeal launched
Help others have a happy Christmas by getting involved with the Salvation Army’s Exmouth gift apeal
The Salvation Army is inviting people to help give others a happy Christmas by launching a present appeal.
From now until Friday, December 16, people are invited to drop into Superdrug, in Exmouth’s Magnolia Centre, and donate a gift for children aged up to 16-years old.
The Salvation Army’s Christmas Present Appeal gifts will be distributed to referred youngsters and their families in the area through The Salvation Army’s own networks, local groups and social services.
Salvation Army spokesman, Major Steven Watson, said: “Millions of children and young people have benefited from the gifts donated to The Salvation Army over many years.
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“By giving a gift to our Christmas present appeal you can make a real difference in someone’s life at Christmas.
“Making a donation is simple. Buy a toy or gift for a child aged 0-16 years and take it, unwrapped, to Superdrug.
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He added: “A team of volunteers will then wrap the gift and ensure it reaches a needy child, or young person, this Christmas.”