Students collect toys and gifts for Mission Christmas

Gift giving is our Christmas objective

Students from The Radclyffe School are throwing their support behind radio station Key 103’s Mission Christmas appeal.

Last year we collected more than 300 presents to help make it a Happy Christmas for thousands of children in Greater Manchester who otherwise wouldn’t be receiving gifts.

This year, the school’s Charity Team is collecting new and unwrapped gifts that are suitable for babies, toddlers, children and teenagers. The appeal across Greater Manchester hopes to collect more than £1 million of gifts.

Year Manager Heather Hunt said, “We were very proud of the generous response last year and we’re confident we can do even better this year.”

Students are being asked to bring gifts into school by Tuesday 16th December. They will be collected by the charity in the final week of term.

The school has registered as an official ‘drop-off point’ for gifts. Anyone wishing to donate toys can bring them to the Visitor Reception at the school on Hunt Lane, Chadderton.

08 December 2014

Students with the gifts before collection

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