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Items wanted/requested for Xmas hampers for families in need.


Mrs.D

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Hiya lovely people smiling smiley x


I?m doing Xmas hampers or gift bags for families who have had it rough. I would like to help out these families by purchasing items for them and Gifting it to them.


This is my first year doing this. I was in the same position as these families and I was in need of essential items and kids items during the pandemic when my husband lost his job. So I got help and I was so so happy and it helped me so I want to return that helping hand and help out those who are going through a rough time right now. And when I can help them out it puts a smile on my face as it did when I received help.


These families where referred to me via the schools both my children attend. I spoke to both headteachers and the staff who help families in need and they refer them on to me. They were happy I was doing this as they said that sadly they weren?t doing it due to covid. They couldn?t accept donations.


I have made an Amazon wish list with some items that were requested by the families. Please do have a look on the link any donation made would be very appreciated. The link is: [www.amazon.co.uk]


Examples of items that can be donated:


Chocolate/sweets

Gift sets for him/her

Toiletries

Make up

Clothing

Toys - board games, etc



Thank you for taking time in reading my post. Anything is very much appreciated x

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