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  • leedscc 4:55 pm on March 24, 2012 Permalink | Reply
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    Leeds Children’s Charity Move….Upstairs 

    The Leeds Children’s Charity as completed the arduous task of moving offices…even if it only was a few yards – upstairs!  Please note that our new address is Suite 12, 6-8 York Place, Leeds, LS1 2DS.  All of our other contact details have remained the same.

    We suffered downtime in our previous office as vandals managed to get in and burst some water pipes, meaning that we turned up on a Monday morning to be greeted by 3 feet of water.  Now we are on the 1st floor as opposed to the basement and have a much more pleasant working environment and also much better disabled and elderly access.

    If you would like to pop round to learn a bit more about the charity our door is always open for a cup of tea and a biscuit!

  • leedscc 4:50 pm on March 24, 2012 Permalink | Reply
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    Charity Boosted by Christmas Donations 

    The Leeds Children’s Charity would like to thank a couple of companies who were involved in donation and fundraising campaigns over the Christmas period.  First of all thanks to DWF who made a £500 donation to the charity and Shanco Construction, who have donated £600 to the charity in lieu of Christmas gifts that they would normally give.

    In addition we also like to thank  One Medicare @ The Light, who chose Leeds Children’s Charity as the charity their Christmas Giving Tree campaign would benefit from .  This is an annual campaign where the centre urges patients, employees and local residents to buy an extra present whilst they are out doing their Christmas shopping and donate it to the appeal by placing it under the centre’s Giving Tree.   Any gifts they receive under the tree at the Centre get donated to a charity of their choosing.

    Aviva, who have been supporting the charity throughout the year, also collected Christmas gifts for the children including toys, pyjamas, games, and a very much appreciated digital camera.

    Thanks to everyone who helped the charity in some way over the festive period, it is good to see that the Christmas spirit is still alive and kicking within Leeds.

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