Christmas cheer at The Mall
Monday 8th December 2014
CHILDREN will enjoy a more magical Christmas thanks to The Mall shopping centre in Maidstone.
The shopping centre has collected sackfuls of toys and gifts for children in Maidstone to bring some Christmas cheer to youngsters.
The Mall Maidstone’s Giving Tree is proving as popular as ever and more than 150 donated gifts and toys have already been delivered to the Maidstone Christian Day Care Centre by Santa’s little helper Suzie Brindle, marketing manager at The Mall.
This is the 10th year The Mall Maidstone has staged its Giving Tree, collecting toys from generous shoppers. The Christian Day Care Centre then ensures children receive the gifts when the centre carries out its annual food parcel deliveries during the festive season.
Shoppers are being urged to give generously and donate new toys and gifts to ensure children all have a present under the tree on Christmas Day.
The Giving Tree is just one of a number of festive fundraisers being staged at the shopping centre, which is also taking part in Save The Children’s Christmas Jumper Day on Friday, December 12th.
Staff and retailers will be donning their festive woolly jumpers to help raise money for the charity. The Mall will be awarding a mystery prize for the best jumper or most festive window display.
Shoppers can make their donation for The Mall’s Giving Tree by delivering their toy donations to the Ask Me Point in The Mall.
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