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Our local Councillor, Vince Maple, joined us at Asda Chatham with a 'Bite the Ballot' stand which encouraged customers to register to vote.
We held a Change 4 Life awareness day at Asda Chatham to let our customers know about Smart Swaps - changing foods for healthier alternatives. We invited a member of Medway Councils MEND healthy weight team to join us who told customers about their healthy weight for children prgramme which is run for families in Medway who are interested in joining.
The Heart Angels from Heart Radio came into our Asda Chatham Store to let our customers know about our local radio station and also to give our customers an opportunity to enter a competition.
The Salvation Army at Chatham won the Chosen by you....given by us green token voting for November and December and received a cheque for £ 200. Debbie (CLC) from Asda Chatham went along to the Salvation Army Centre at Chatham to present the cheque and see all the facilities that the Centre has to offer our local community.
Thank you to all our customers at ASDA Chatham who donated food for our Give a Gift Appeal. Irene and Debbie from ASDA Chatham were pleased to present this trolley load of food to the Medway Foodbank. The food was delivered to their warehouse and will be distributed by the Foodbank as emergency food for local people in crisis.
£400 was collected at the Asda Chatham Store to grant 'Christmas Wishes' from a Wishing Well at Amherst Court Care Home in Chatham. The home has a Wishing Well that residents place their wishes in. The money will grant some of those wishes to take residents on outings in 2014. The home provides dementia care for over 100 residents. Debbie (CLC), Keith (GSM), Stacey (Admin) along with our local Councillor present the cheque to the home. Thank you to all our customers that made donations.
Congratulations to our winning customer Rebecca who won the Christmas Hamper for our Guess the Baubles in the Jar Competition at Asda Chatham. All money from the competition will be donated to the Medway Foodbank.
The unveiling of a brand new defibrillator took place at Walderslade Girls School Chatham. £679 was fundraised by the store and donated towards the cost of the defib. Some of the students of Greenacre School and Walderslade Girls also came into the Store to do a Bag Pack for the debib raising nearly £400. The remainder of the cost of the defib was given by local councillors funds. Pictured here is Tracey Crouch (MP),Headteachers of both schools, Local Councillors, Students of Walderslade Girls School, Keith Powell (GSM ASDA) and Debbie Rowles (CLC ASDA. We would just like to thank all our customers at ASDA Chatham who took part in our fundraising collections and games that raised the money for this very important piece of equipment that could potentially save a life. The defib will be held between the two school sites.