Supermarket donates more than £1,000 to Alexander Devine

Supermarket donates more than £1,000 to Alexander Devine

Hannah Crouch

Supermarket donates more than £1,000 to Alexander Devine

Employees from a supermarket in Slough have donated more than £1,000 to the Alexander Devine Children's Hospice Service.

As part of their Charity of the Year scheme, the workers from Sainsbury's in Farnham Road have spent the past four months holding various events including bake sales and table top sales.

Store manager Paul Agate and PR Investor Manpreet Dhanoa handed over the money to Samantha Collier, corporate fundraiser at Alexander Devine on Monday.

"Our team members decide on what the charity of the year should be and this year the same name kept coming up, Alexander Devine," explained Manpreet Dhanoa.

"We are very, very happy with the money we have raised so far."     

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