Face Media Group offers drop-off to Toy Appeal

Added on 22/10/2013

When at a recent business networking breakfast, organised by local radio station Juice 107.2. The request was put out for businesses to act as drop-off points through out Brighton and surrounding area.

Never one to miss a community opportunity

We jumped at the chance to support this local charitable initiative. Local business heavyweight Mike Holland introduced the scheme at the breakfast and told all the businesses more about the initiative.

The Juice 107.2 Christmas Toy Appeal is supported by Brighton's 'Engineerium', Domestic & General (One of Brighton's largest employers), Mears, The Holmbush Shopping centre, Brighton and Hove Independent newspaper and Latest TV.

"Please help less fortunate children by donating a new and unwrapped Christmas present. Bring your new and unwrapped present to the Face Media Group offices, or any designated drop-off points around the city, including Holmbush Shopping Centre and Juice 107.2 HQ on North Street, Brighton, before Friday 20th December. Presents will be given to children via local charities in time for Christmas."

Bring your donation into us, and leave it with the girls on reception. We'll keep all the gifts safe until they are collected in time for Christmas.

Read more about the appeal  here [Juice FM Christmas Toy Appeal]

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Jim is a prolific networker, small business mentor and a supporter of anything 'community'. He is an ambassador for the National Apprenticeship Service (NAS/SFA) and Young Enterprise on the South Coast and loves to spend his time encouraging entrepreneurial spirit in everyone he meets.