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Dogs welcome Leamington store’s donation

Leamington Asda raised  �200 through a charity token scheme during November, and on Wednesday they presented the proceeds to Dogs for the Disabled.
Puppy Socialiser Jude Machin and three month old 'Tamsin' were there to collect the cash, and they are pictured with Simon Milligan (Community Life Colleague), Carol Caddy (People Service Manager) and Penny Reynolds (G.S.M. Designate).
MHLC-16-01-13 Asda fundraising Jan20

Leamington Asda raised �200 through a charity token scheme during November, and on Wednesday they presented the proceeds to Dogs for the Disabled. Puppy Socialiser Jude Machin and three month old 'Tamsin' were there to collect the cash, and they are pictured with Simon Milligan (Community Life Colleague), Carol Caddy (People Service Manager) and Penny Reynolds (G.S.M. Designate). MHLC-16-01-13 Asda fundraising Jan20

DISABLED people will benefit from a £200 donation from Asda in Sydenham as part of the supermarket’s token scheme.

Staff at the store welcomed representatives from Dogs for the Disabled - which was voted as the charity shoppers wanted Asda to support - on Wednesday to receive the funds.

The cause was one of three that customers were asked to choose, using tokens, before Christmas.

The charity’s press officer Catherine Goddard said: “We’re very grateful to Asda customers. We have assistance dogs working for our clients in Leamington, Warwick, Kenilworth and Southam.”

 
 
 

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