Chadwell Heath supermarket offers double boost to community
Disabled children are set to thrive after a charity who offer grants to those with physical impairments received more than £500 from the community.
Last week, shoppers at Sainsbury’s Chadwell Heath store, in High Road, gave £529 to charity Hearts of Gold.
The charity’s aim is to provide financial assistance and support to any family who have a child under 18 suffering from any type of disability or serious or terminal illness.
Meanwhile, at the same store, Chadwell Heath Community Centre representatives will be informing shoppers on Saturday what the new centre will offer.
Chadwell Heath Community Centre, also in High Road, received official confirmation earlier in the month from the Charity Commission that they are now a fully registered charity.
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The centre aims to provide space and resources for the community, a library service and to liaise with the local education providers.
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