STAFF at M&S Shoreham have donated £1,543.50 to children’s charity the Adur Special Needs Project.
The vital funds were raised over the course of the last year, through a range of fun activities which included a staff bake-off, sponsored static cycles and themed costume days in the café.
Adur Special Needs Project is a Shoreham-based service which provides much needed weekend play schemes for children with special needs or physical disabilities.
The charity was chosen as the store’s Charity of the Year as part of its commitment to M&S Plan A, which strives to support and contribute to the local community and environment.
Steve James, store manager at M&S Shoreham, said: “It’s fantastic to be able to present Adur Special Needs Project with the results of our fundraising.
“We’re all very passionate about the charity and I’ve been really proud of how motivated the team has been in its efforts to generate vital funds for this brilliant cause.”
Yvonne McKeown, administrator at Adur Special Needs Project, added: “We’re delighted to receive this cheque from M&S Shoreham.
“It’s been amazing to have their support over the last year and we’ve been overwhelmed by the response from M&S employees to helping our cause.”
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