Salvation Army appeals for toys in Yarmouth

yarmouth toys and tins 400 AT2016: An appeal is being made for donations of new toys for children to be handed out at Herbies foodbank at the Salvation Army in Great Yarmouth.

The current campaign is for Toys and Tins to help families over the Christmas period. Backing the appeal is the local Labour Party which held a collection at Herois Do Mar, Broad Row on Saturday, December 10.
Cllr Paula Waters-Bunn said: "If anyone would like to make a donation the Salvation Army in Yarmouth accepts donations on Mondays 9.30-11.30am and Thursdays from noon until 2pm. A list of the items that can be donated can be found online at and all donations will be greatly appreciated."
“Many people need to use this valuable resource because of financial hardship. The recent changes in the benefits system caused by the government’s austerity measures and the introduction of Universal Credit has resulted in people having to rely on the foodbank to feed their families"
“Many more people are being referred to the foodbank than ever before and Herbies, who rely on donations to help people in need, is running out of food”
Pictured is Cllr Waters-Bunn making a donation to Herbies foodbank
The article and photo are courtesy of the Yarmouth Mercury website, and have also appeared on Network Yarmouth.

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