Radwell’s Toy Drive Goes Ahead Despite the Pandemic
Radwell, based in Newcastle under Lyme, have donated over 120 toys to The Salvation Army as part of their annual Toy Drive. Their employees have been donating toys over the last 2 months in the run up to Christmas with the aim of supporting the charity and helping children who may not normally receive a present during the festive season.
The Salvation Army Hall located on Camp Road, Stoke-on-Trent delivers donated toys and gifts to local families and currently has over 250 children on their list that are desperately in need of toys.
Radwell employees have collected toys for boys and girls of all ages ranging from 3 months to 18 years old, including dolls, action figures, teddys, puzzles, books, stationery and board games.
Martin Thomas, European Marketing Manager said “This year has been challenging for everyone and Christmas is an ideal opportunity to come together to show our support for those that need it the most. We were determined to continue with our annual toy drive despite the pandemic and help our local community. We would like to thank all of our employees who donated toys.”
Theresa Raffan, Community Development Coordinator said “We are very grateful to Radwell for having such a positive impact in our Christmas Present Appeal. Their employees have been tremendously generous in donating all the gifts which is helping over 120 children to make a real difference in their life at Christmas.”