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It's not too late to donate a gift to make a childs Christmas special.

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2y, 1m agoPosted 2 years, 1 month ago
Although Christmas is nearly upon us it's not too late to donate a gift to make a childs Christmas special, your local Mall shopping centre is collecting donated unwrapped gifts up until the 23rd December.

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2y, 1m agoPosted 2 years, 1 month ago
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NSPCC were doing a nice collection; spent about £70 and got a ridiculous amount of gifts for kids and teens of all ages.

I'm not a fan of Christmas and hate getting gifts (But love giving them) so £70 to get presents for a dozen or so kids made my Christmas.

Well worth doing; I would only have chucked it into savings or potentially made millions on the roulette table anyway.
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teh arn
NSPCC were doing a nice collection; spent about £70 and got a ridiculous amount of gifts for kids and teens of all ages.

I'm not a fan of Christmas and hate getting gifts (But love giving them) so £70 to get presents for a dozen or so kids made my Christmas.

Well worth doing; I would only have chucked it into savings or potentially made millions on the roulette table anyway.


I feel the same I love giving presents, where do you take gifts if you're donating to the NSPCC?
#3
B&m are collecting toys also ur local homeless shelter will probably take them
#4
CAZ3AS
B&m are collecting toys also ur local homeless shelter will probably take them

Thank you for the helpful information.
#5
brighteyes1984
teh arn
NSPCC were doing a nice collection; spent about £70 and got a ridiculous amount of gifts for kids and teens of all ages.

I'm not a fan of Christmas and hate getting gifts (But love giving them) so £70 to get presents for a dozen or so kids made my Christmas.

Well worth doing; I would only have chucked it into savings or potentially made millions on the roulette table anyway.

I feel the same I love giving presents, where do you take gifts if you're donating to the NSPCC?

There was a local school collecting on their behalf, so I just got a nice selection of gifts for a load of age ranges from 3-16 for both sexes.

Might be worth checking their site, I'm not sure if it's still active or not.
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teh arn
brighteyes1984
teh arn
NSPCC were doing a nice collection; spent about £70 and got a ridiculous amount of gifts for kids and teens of all ages.

I'm not a fan of Christmas and hate getting gifts (But love giving them) so £70 to get presents for a dozen or so kids made my Christmas.

Well worth doing; I would only have chucked it into savings or potentially made millions on the roulette table anyway.

I feel the same I love giving presents, where do you take gifts if you're donating to the NSPCC?

There was a local school collecting on their behalf, so I just got a nice selection of gifts for a load of age ranges from 3-16 for both sexes.

Might be worth checking their site, I'm not sure if it's still active or not.

Okay thank you I will check their site.
#7
anywhere I can take used toys? I have 3 binbags full and toys in good condition
#8
oh and in Liverpool area also
#9
suzannef86
anywhere I can take used toys? I have 3 binbags full and toys in good condition


I donate all my grandchildrens old toys on a site called freecycle & theres another called freerecycle.

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