Brachers staff donate Christmas gifts to local community
Staff at Brachers have come together to support the local community this Christmas, with donations of gifts and care packages.
Whilst Christmas is a happy time for most, it is sadly true that there are a number of people in the local community who find Christmas a difficult time and may not experience a family Christmas or receive gifts.
For the fourth year running, Brachers staff have clubbed together to bring festive cheer to local children by donating gifts to be delivered on Christmas morning. Staff also wanted to extend their gift-giving to the wider community this year, so have organised a rucksack appeal, collecting everyday items to be given to Maidstone’s most vulnerable, and a shoebox for the elderly appeal, collecting donations of food to be delivered to local charities supporting the elderly and vulnerable this Christmas.
Joanna Worby, Managing Partner, said:
“Christmas is a special time and we wanted to bring a bit of seasonal cheer to the less fortunate children and adults in our community who might not have as much to look forward to as others. The generosity of our staff has, once again, been amazing and we can’t wait to get the gifts delivered in time for the big day.”