March supermarket donation to home for young people in Wisbech

Sainsbury's March, Left: Lisa Moore Volunteer, myself Michelle Connolly and Lauren Crofts.

Sainsbury's March, Left: Lisa Moore Volunteer, myself Michelle Connolly and Lauren Crofts. - Credit: Archant

Sainsbury’s in March has donated the store’s Christmas tree to a house for homeless young people in Wisbech.

Store staff agreed to donate the tree to Staithe House in Wisbech for young people between the ages of 16-21.

Michelle Connolly, of Sainsbury’s, said: “They do a wonderful job for these kids.”

Two full time staff work on-site at Staithe House daily and staff offer support around a range of issues, including independent living skills, including budgeting, access to training, help with family relationships and substance misuse problems.


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