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Community Friends – Soup Kitchen

What a great way to start the holidays, by giving up a little of your time to help others.

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The soup kitchen now has some new and eager members of the group, that were 100% committed to the action on the first day of their holidays.

 

Winter is the hardest time for most people and our community friends struggle a lot. The clothes donations are always warmly welcomed and in particular people searched for gloves to keep their hands warm – they were like gold dust.

 

If you are reading this, and know you have some old pairs of gloves that would help keep another person warm, please feel free to donate them. Bring them into school and pass them to the front reception to deliver to “Warsaw Volunteer Mission – Paul Mitchell”.

Thank you for your support.

Paul Mitchell

Head of  Year 11

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