Genni Williams, Operations Manager at Wrexham Foodbank, said: "In these difficult times many people are facing financial uncertainty. We are grateful for the continuing support of the Wrexham community and local businesses so that we can continue to help local people in crisis."
Beverley Wrighton, Deputy Chief Executive at My CWA, comments: “The simple gesture of receiving an Easter egg can truly brighten the holiday for the families we support. It also reminds them that their community is thinking of them. Support and donations around key holidays such as Christmas and Easter can ease the pressure of parents affected by domestic abuse who may not have the time or financial means to treat their children. We would like to extend our heartfelt gratitude to Taylor Wimpey North West for their generous donation of Easter eggs. Acts of kindness like these make such a difference to the families we support.”
Jennifer Burns, Sales and Marketing Director at Taylor Wimpey North West, added: “As a responsible homebuilder, it’s important to us that we support the communities in which we build. We hope that our donation of Easter eggs to these important charities will mean that more people in our communities can enjoy the festivities.”
If you wish to support these local charities, please visit ELHT&Me, Wrexham Foodbank and Cheshire Without Abuse.