British Costa Blanca CHUMS charity donates food and toys for Finestrat underprivileged kids

GRATFUL: Finestrat councillor gave a big thank you to CHUMS representatives Marilyn and Peter Rogers. CREDIT: Ajuntament de Finestrat

THE British CHUMS (Friends of Charity) has once again collaborated with Finestrat council’s Social Services department, donating food items and all sorts of toys for underprivileged local children.
Social Services councillor Maria Llorca and councillor for Residents of Other Nationalities Donna Rebecca Plummer expressed the local authority’s enormous gratitude to CHUMS representatives Marilyn and Peter Rogers.
“Yet another year we thank the British association CHUMS for their contribution to this Social Well-Being department, something for which there is particular gratitude at this time of year”, the councillor commented.

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