Kaye & Son are collecting Easter Eggs for Food Club

As part of its Community Events W Kaye & Son Funeral Directors is collecting Easter Eggs on behalf of Middleton Parochial Food Club.

The Parochial Food Club has now been running for two years. When they started 14 families attended who were finding things difficult.

Due to Covid and the financial crisis many people were finding managing their household budgets more difficult. They now have 60 families attending on a regular basis.

As well as helping with food, toiletries and cleaning products, they are able to sit and talk to members making them welcome providing drinks and biscuits along with a warm space where people can relax.

Staff at W Kaye & Son are asking local businesses, community groups and residents to donate Easter Eggs so that they can bring a smile to the faces of children this Easter.

We hope that the local community will support us to help Middleton Parochial Food Club with their collection this year.
If you would like to donate an Easter Egg please call (0113) 270 5553 to arrange a collection or you can drop your gift into W Kaye & Son, 163 Beeston Road, LS11 6AW between 9am-4pm Monday–Friday.

 

This post is based on a press release issued by W Kaye & Son

Photo: Volunteers at Middleton Parochial Food Club

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