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I went along to St Stephen's Church in Chatham to present a cheque to members of the St. Stephen's Building Project. The cheque for £ 50 will be put towards the Building Project which aims to provide new facilities for the local community to use at the existing church hall. Many fundraising activities are planned by the members of the building project team to raise enough money to provide the new facilities.
Debbie Rowles (CLC) at Asda Chatham went along to the Medway Multiple Sclerosis support group to present a cheque for £ 200 as winners of our Chosen by you... Given by us green token scheme for January/February. The group gives great support to local people in Medway suffering with MS.
The Asda Events Team came into Asda Chatham to promote a Mother's Day photo opportunity to our customers.
The Young Enterprise Charity gives students from Secondary Schools the chance to set up their own business and run it as a company. We were delighted to support Contour Retail, a company set up by students at Rainham Mark Grammar School, who sold tie dye products such as t-shirts, socks and baby grows in our store this week.
We went along to Wayfield Children's Centre to celebrate World Book Day along with Medway Libraries. Some of the children had a story telling session and a chance to see the ten free book titles available with the World Book Day Tokens given out at schools. The ten free book titles are all available at Asda Stores until 30th March 2014.
We welcomed local fundraisers from the Marie Curie Cancer Care Charity into Asda Chatham on Saturday 1st March and Sunday 2nd March with their Daffodil appeal. Thank you to all our customers who donated to the appeal.
Raising money for the British Heart Foundation at the Asda Chatham store. This is Caroline our Selling Champ and volunteers from the British Heart Foundation. We gift wrapped flowers on Valentine's Day to customers for a donation to the British Heart Foundation.
We welcomed the Medway Council Children's Mobile Library into our car park at Asda Chatham. A member of the team dressed up as a book character and ran a competition in the store for children. Children and parents could also go on to the mobile library to register to join Medway Libraries.