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Salvation Army appeal urges St Helens people to help the needy at Christmas
9:07am Wednesday 4th December 2013 in News
A CHRISTMAS campaign to help the needy has been launched by the Salvation Army.
St Helens residents are being asked to support an appeal for donations to the Salvation Army shop in Church Street.
New window posters and Christmas card leaflets have been produced to spell out how donations could put a smile on grateful faces.
They calculate a £9 gift could help to keep three homeless people off the streets at Christmas, £19 could provide food and gifts for a family in need and £28 could provide a Christmas meal and much-needed companionship for five elderly people.
Shoppers are invited to call in, bag some festive bargains and learn more about how their donations can help those in need at Christmas.
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