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Donate unwanted shoes, clothes and bedding to Sainsbury’s, Romford, to help charity of the year Wish ‘em Well

PUBLISHED: 15:44 19 August 2013 | UPDATED: 15:44 19 August 2013

Sainsbury's Romford's online team leader Michele Mills in a bath of beans for a recent Wish 'em Well fundraiser. The store is now appealing for help to raise another £600 for the charity through clothes donations (photo: Ellie Hoskins)

Sainsbury's Romford's online team leader Michele Mills in a bath of beans for a recent Wish 'em Well fundraiser. The store is now appealing for help to raise another £600 for the charity through clothes donations (photo: Ellie Hoskins)

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Children’s charity Wish ‘em Well will benefit from a ton of clothing, shoes and bedding – literally – if Sainsbury’s Romford gets its way.

If The Brewery store can hit its target, it will get £600 for selling the items to a clothes bank, which will be donated to Wish ‘em Well, its charity of the year.

Pop in before September 30 with your old items and you can hand them over to the customer service desk.

Wish ‘em Well is based in Romford and gives cash to the families of sick and disabled children.


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