By Dilip Kuner • 02 December 2019 • 14:00
Students from the Costa Blanca Scandinavian School visited Reach Out's centre.
Quesada Ladies Club, The Costa Blanca Scandinavian School and the Pink Ladies have all been supporters of Reach Out in the last few months.
Quesada Ladies Club have donated over €800 in the last year and also contributed bags of food and toiletries which the charity says it is “eternally grateful” for.
The charity added: “Marie Wilson and her Pink Ladies have been outstanding in their generosity, collecting food and toiletries during their Santa’s Walk in La Zenia Boulevard last Sunday, and we thank them for thinking of us as they help AECC carry on their work.”
In a statement Reach Out went on to say: “The Scandinavian School in Horizonte are another new benefactor with a different take on fundraising for us. The young people are producing items of various design and manufacture, then hold a Bazaar in School where the good are sold. All profits are then donated to Reach Out.”
A group of students recently visited the Reach Out Centre in Calle Bella Antonia, and presented President David Young with some chocolates. Accompanied by Rektor Ingela Björklund they were given a tour and talk about the charity and its history.
The chocolates were accepted and will be part of a Christmas bag for the Homeless. Mr Young said: “We send our sincere thanks to all these groups and with their donations we can help make Christmas better for some of the homeless and needy families in Torrevieja.”
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