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Radwell’s Food Drive Welcome Boost for Swan Bank Church

Radwell International have once again helped to collect a huge amount of food, drink and non-perishable items to donate to Swan Bank Methodist Church, Burslem as they continue their annual Food Drive despite the pandemic for those who need it the most during the festive season.

Volunteers at Swan Bank help individuals and families who have fallen on bad times, many of whom are homeless, unemployed, disabled or retired. They open their doors and donate food to vulnerable people from the area who otherwise might be without food and company at this time of the year.

Radwell have been able to donate hundreds of pounds worth of tinned food, dry pasta, rice, confectionary, cereals, tea, coffee, laundry products, toiletries and other long-life produce. The food drive was headed by the company’s marketing team and supported by employees who have themselves faced a challenging year.

 

Sandra Rodgers, a Volunteer at Swan Bank said “Radwell have done it again. Their support means the world not only to us, but the hundreds of people who need it the most. Their generous donations will help us to help everyone who walks through our doors and bring a ray of light into their lives.”

Martin Thomas, European Marketing Manager at Radwell commented “Swan Bank provide an invaluable service to residents during what should be a time for celebration. By providing food to people who need it the most they provide us all with a timely reminder of the true meaning of Christmas. Radwell are proud to help and will continue to do so.”

 

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Welcome boost for Church Food Bank

Radwell International’s employees have once again helped to collect a huge amount of food, drink and non-perishable items to donate to Swan Bank Methodist Church, Burslem as they continue their annual Food Drive for those who need it the most during the festive season. Volunteers at Swan Bank help individuals and families who have fallen on bad times, many of whom are homeless, unemployed, disabled or retired. They open their doors and donate food to vulnerable people from the area who otherwise might be without food and company at this time of the year.

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