Cheque this out! Customers at Sainsbury’s in Bury Park, Luton have been generously donating to the store’s chosen Charity of the Year.
As a result of the contributions an impressive £750 was handed over to Happy Days children’s charity at a cheque presentation last week.
Rob Cox from Happy Days said: “The partnership with Sainsbury’s has been a perfect example of how a local business is making a difference to local children.
“We have a waiting list of over 12 months for children we’re trying to help, so would appeal to other businesses in the area to get involved and see the huge difference they make.
“As Luton’s children’s charity, we’re determined to help as many kids as possible, which is only possible thanks to the amazing ongoing support we receive from individuals and groups alike.”
Emily Marshall, Sainsbury’s Bury Park’s deputy store manager, said: “We’re extremely pleased to support our local charity of the year, which benefits many disadvantaged children within our local community. We would like to thank our customers for their kind donations to Happy Days. Their generosity has made today’s cheque presentation possible. Their donations are making a real difference.”
Pictured are Ian Shannon, store manager, with Rob Cox, Nicky Tamke and Suffia Shah from Happy Days children’s charity.