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Monday 19 December 2016
Employees at KCOM have been getting into the community spirit by donating hundreds of gifts which will help to make this Christmas a happy one for disadvantage children in Hull.
KCOM’s annual shoe box collection saw more than 100 boxes donated, with each one containing several gifts ready to be opened on Christmas Day.
The shoe boxes were delivered to the children by KCOM employees at a festive gathering with smiles aplenty around the room.
Brendon Smurthwaite, KCOM’s community coordinator, said:
“The shoe box appeal is something our employees love getting involved with every year.
“There is a real enthusiasm for it across the business and people are really generous with their time and money.
“Knowing that you’ve helped to make Christmas that little bit more special for local children is a great feeling and everybody is already looking forward to doing it all again next year.”
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