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Grantham schools call for donations of unwanted Christmas gifts

Grantham Additional Needs Fellowship
Grantham Additional Needs Fellowship

People are being asked if they could donate any unwanted Christmas gifts which will be used as raffle prizes to raise money for local schools.

Every new year, Grantham Additional Needs Fellowship (GANF) asks parents and carers to donate any unwanted Christmas gifts to Ambergate Sports College and Sandon School, so they can be used as raffle prizes for the forthcoming year’s fundraising events.

This year Yorkshire Bank has offered its Grantham branch as a drop-off point so that GANF can extend its request for donations further afield.

GANF has its own charitable fund called The GANF Fund, charity registration number 1066838. The aim of the fund is to provide additional resources beyond those funded by central government.

If anybody has any unwanted Christmas gifts this year, they can drop them into Yorkshire Bank reception, in the High Street. GANF is currently fundraising for a Forest School Project and laptops for the children.


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