youth charity No Limits has launched a Christmas Socks appeal, which
will see individuals, organisations, local schools and colleges get
involved with wearing festive socks to raise money for vulnerable young
people across the city.
The week runs from Monday, December 11 to Sunday December 17 for
supporters to wear their festive socks, share a message of support and
give a donation.
As the lead partner for the appeal, members of staff at White Stuff,
Southampton will be wearing their festive socks during Christmas Socks
Week, doing cake bakes and other in-store activities all to raise much
needed funds for the charity.
Rianna Vlierboom, from White Stuff, said: “We are proud to continue
to support No Limits and the work they do in Southampton. We are very
excited to get involved in their Christmas campaign this year, and we
will also be running a number of charity events in the store throughout
December for our customers to get involved with”.
Local schools and colleges will also be getting involved with
Christmas Socks Week by holding dress down days, decorating Christmas
socks and by sharing messages of support for a young person in need.
All money raised from the appeal will go towards supporting local
children and young people who are facing homelessness, anxiety,
depression, abuse and poverty.
If you’d like to make a donation, you can text XWSG17 and the amount you would like to donate to 70070.
To find out more about how you can support the appeal, please email
or visit the campaign page online.
Previously: No Limits: Helping young people help themselves - feature on No Limits from 2014
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