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Law firm donates toys and tins to charity for Christmas

Members of the Leathes Prior team with some of the donations for the Salvation Army. Picture: Leathes Prior

Members of the Leathes Prior team with some of the donations for the Salvation Army. Picture: Leathes Prior

Leathes Prior

A law firm has donated three boxes of toys and tins to the Salvation Army after collecting items in the run up to Christmas.

Leathes Prior also raised funds for its charity of the year Open Youth Trust with staff making donations and wearing festive jumpers.

Barford Van Hire donated the use of one of their vans in order to assist with the appeal, collecting and delivering donated items to the charity.

Dawn Lossau, credit control manager at Leathes Prior and coordinator of the firm’s charity and community projects committee, said: “Alongside fundraising for our charity of the year we were keen to have a cause to support at Christmas which is where the Salvation Army toys and tins appeal fitted perfectly.

“A simple charity for everyone to show support, just by adding a small toy or gift for a child or food item into your shopping trolley can make a big difference to someone else’s Christmas.”

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