By Linda Hall •
Published: 10 Dec 2020 • 12:06
GARMOL TREE: Shopping trolleys to be raffled later
Photo credit: Denia town hall
THIS year’s Christmas tree in Denia’s municipal market focuses on the ADAHMA association for those with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity disorder.
As it has done since 2015, Denia-based Garmol has donated shopping trolleys, this year with the addition of the ADAHMA logo, to create the Christmas tree in the centre of the market.
As well as assisting the association, the initiative also encourages residents and visitors to shop at the market, with receipts for purchases of more than €10 entering a draw for the trolleys. One of these is filled with market products.
Once customers have written their personal details and phone number on the back, receipts should be left in containers placed round the Christmas tree.
In addition to the trolleys on the Christmas tree, Garmol has donated another 10 for ADAHMA to sell or raffle.
“In a year that is so difficult for everybody we want to be here for the associations,” a Garmol spokesperson said.
Sandra Gertrudix, councillor responsible for Markets, thanked Garmol for its commitment to social projects and for collaborating with the town hall over the past five years.
“And I hope, too, that the initiative draws attention to the great work that ADAHMA carried out,” she added.
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