Kids Allowed Christmas donation stations up and running | Knutsford Times

Kids Allowed Christmas donation stations up and running

By on November 23, 2012

Kids Allowed has opened its doors to help Key 103’s Mission Christmas campaign by becoming a donation station where people can drop of presents for Manchester’s poorest children.

The Knutsford centre is now accepting gifts that will then be delivered to under privileged, children around Manchester who would not otherwise receive a gift this Christmas.

The Kids Allowed team have also chosen to alter their annual Christmas routine and shake things up by donating the gifts usually given to one another, and their Christmas gift from the company to the Key 103 appeal. Parents who use the Centre are also getting involved and Jennie Johnson, founder and CEO of Kids Allowed hopes to collect an enormous 1000 gifts for the cause.

Jennie commented, “We are glad to be one of the organisations involved with the Key 103 Mission Christmas campaign, the majority of our lives are devoted to children, so the fact that we will be able to help those who are less fortunate than us is wonderful. Christmas is a time for happiness, so imagining how delighted the children will be when they receive their presents on Christmas Day is a great feeling.”

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