Costa del Sol charity, Age Concern, makes generous donations to local initiatives to help those in need during Coronavirus crisis.

Essential goods: Donations delivered by Keith Hogsden and David Long. Credit: Age Concern

Costa del Sol charity, Age Concern, makes generous donations to local initiatives to help those in need during Coronavirus crisis.

AGE Concern Fuengirola, Mijas and Benalmadena donated €250 worth of non-perishable goods to Fuengirola Food Bank last week.

The Charity also helped another local initiative “Adintre” which supports individuals and families who have literally fallen through the cracks in society. Many are homeless, penniless, disenfranchised or living on the streets. In response, the Age Concern contributed €250 of essential goods delivered by committee member Keith Hogsden and President David Long.

Should you wish to donate you can do so at the group’s Facebook page or email them at [email protected]
Should you require welfare assistance you can call Chrissie at the 24/7 Helpline on 652537615.
Those wishing to help as a donor or supporter can call Steve on 686289904 weekdays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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