Donate your unwanted Christmas gifts to St Ann’s

By News Team on January 18, 2018

Jumper being sorted in Stockport charity shop

We’re asking people to consider donating any unwanted Christmas gifts this year to help people with cancer and other life-limiting illnesses.

We’d love local people to drop off any new and unused bottles, gift sets, chocolates, or other unwanted presents to our hospice this January.

Eamonn O’Neal, Chief Executive of St Ann’s Hospice, explained:  “Everyone is guilty of putting one or two gifts that they receive over the festive season into a cupboard to gather dust for the rest of the year.  We’d love to help local people feel better about that, whilst putting the items to good use too.

“These kind of gifts are great for us to use in fundraising raffles, fairs and other events, and some items can also be sold in our hospice shops across Greater Manchester or online.  Every penny raised helps us to care for the thousands of local patients and their families we support each year so please do consider dropping off any unwanted or unloved items as we would really appreciate them.”

Donations can be dropped into the basket provided at our hospice sites in either St Ann’s Road North, Heald Green, or in Meadowsweet Lane (off Peel Lane), in Little Hulton, or can be taken to any of our fourteen charity shops.

Having a clear out?

Our shops rely on your generous donations. Could you help by donating goods to our shops?

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