On Thursday 14 December, Porsche Centre Bolton held its annual Christmas Jumper day.
All jumper wearers donated towards the Urban Outreach Homeless Shelter, gifting food, clothing, household goods, toiletries or money. Our building contractor Venture Construction generously contributed and one of our valued customers, Hepplestone Fine Art, brought in a beautiful hamper to add to the collection of goodies.
A total of £140 plus lots of food, clothes and household items were taken to the shelter and presented to the brilliant team of volunteers who worked tirelessly to deliver over 1,300 parcels over the Christmas weekend.
Centre Principal Steve Webb said: ‘Thank you to the team and our customers for their invaluable contributions towards making Christmas better for those in need’.
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