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HOPE’s Christmas Shoe Box Appeal 2018

his year at HOPE we have decided to do a Christmas shoe box appeal. Each year we like to ensure that our service users have a present to open on Christmas day, as everyone should have something to open at Christmas.

The following items which would be ideal to fill your Christmas shoe boxes with are:

Deodorants, shampoo, socks, hats/caps, flannels, tooth brushes, tooth paste, waterproof kagools, chocolate bars/sweets (with a current expiry date), disposable razors, shaving foam, womens sanitary products, pajama’s, hair accessories, wind up torches, books/crosswords

If you have any items, but are not sure if you can donate them or not, you can always call us on 01909 531294 ext.29 or email development@hopeservices.org.uk

Items that we cannot accept are;

Used or damaged items, alcohol, medicines, knives, cigarettes/tobacco, expired food

All shoe boxes can be dropped off Monday to Friday between 9.00am-4.30pm, at 17 Queen Street, Worksop, S80 2AN. Our deadline for boxes to be in by is the 5th of December.

For further information you can call 01909 531294 ext.20 or info@hopeservices.org.uk

You can also visit our Facebook and Twitter pages too for updates.

 

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