Following the pre-match Christmas appeal, Notts County Foundation has handed over supporter’s kind donations of biscuits, coffee, tea, long-life milk and sugar to the Sneinton Salvation Army.
Sneinton Salvation Army, which is based at the William Booth Memorial Complex, serves members of the local community through tailored job support, coordinating regular food banks, and working towards tackling the issue of homelessness. Throughout 2022, the Sneinton Salvation Army plan to host frequent social gatherings and sessions for refugees and asylum seekers that have moved to Nottingham at a number of locations across the city.
Sam Crawford, Head of Business Development at Notts County Foundation, said: “We are delighted to have played a small part in supporting the truly invaluable work of the Sneinton Salvation Army. Thank you to both the home and away supporters who made such kind donations, and to Notts County FC for helping to raise awareness of our collection.”
Sarah McCamphill, Pioneer Community Leader at Sneinton Salvation Army, said: “Thank you to everyone who donated towards the Christmas collection in support of asylum seekers and refugees who now call Nottingham their home. We look forward to hosting a range of social events and sessions to help make them more welcome and settled in the city.”
For more information about the Sneinton Salvation Army, please click here.