CLEAN’s Banbury laundry donates bedding to families in need

16 September 2019

TOWEL DONATIONS: (from left to right) Graeme Andrews, site director, Clean Banbury; Chris Morely, senior pastor Grand Union Vineyard Church; Adrienn Dobos, customer service and administration manager, Clean Banbury and Will Willits, transport manager, Clean Banbury

 

UK

CLEAN’s Banbury laundry has donated bed linen and towels to a charity that supports families who are struggling financially.

When MK Storehouse, a charitable organisation based in Milton Keynes, made an appeal for bedding and towels for homeless and vulnerably housed people in the area, Clean’s Beaumont Road laundry came to the rescue.

As well as supplying the requested 20 double and 20 single duvet covers and sheets; 60 pillowcases; 20 hand towels and 20 bath towels to the charity, Clean Banbury’s team has continued to respond to the charity’s ongoing appeals for linen.

MK Storehouse was set up by the Grand Union Vineyard Church in Milton Keynes. The charity predominantly provides donated clothing for adults and for children of school age upwards free of charge to families. It also hosts a drop-in session for those requiring a friendly ear and signposts them to other agencies for further help.

Clean Banbury site director Graeme Andrews said: “We are so pleased to be able to support a charity which gives vital support to local people in need. It’s great that our linens have found such worthy homes and we look forward to supporting MK Storehouse in the future with more donations.”

Other charities supported by Clean Banbury include Macmillan Cancer Support.

 

 

 



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