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Over the last few weeks, the wonderful team from Wade’s Ceramics have made Alice exceptionally proud, and we can’t thank them enough for their valued assistance.

The team have successfully collected and donated a substantial amount of essential foods to our indispensable People’s Pantry; including items such as tinned meats, veg and noodles.

These donations may appear minor, but they are making a significant contribution to the communities of Stoke and Newcastle; making us proud to be local, and honoured to be supported by companies who are actively improving the standards of living.

Kind and impressive gestures such as these are enabling Alice Charity to continue the vital support to the lives of children and families that surround us. Unfortunately, 25% of children are now living in hardship, to transform the future of the potteries we need individuals and businesses to be part of something big.

Aid our efforts of relieving poverty, you have opportunity to step up and comfort those who need a compassionate hand in times of difficulty. The People’s Pantry are in need of a few replenishments, if you can help with the following items, your contribution will be much appreciated.

  • Pies
  • Tinned Mince / Onion
  • Tinned Stew
  • Tinned Steak
  • Aptamil / SMA / Cow & Gate (Stage 1 up to 12 Months)
  • Instant mash
  • Tinned veg
  • Rice pudding
  • Tined fruit
  • Toilet rolls

If any of the above information affects you in any way, come into our People’s Pantry in Newcastle under Lyme town center at 27 Bridge Street, ST5 2RY, or ring the Alice Charity on 01782 627017, or message Katie at katie.philbin@alicecharity.com for more details.

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