A tale of generosity and community. The photo does NOT do it justice.
For the second year running, this superhero family embarked on their heartwarming Christmas tradition. Rather than focusing solely on their festivities, they dedicated their holiday season to collecting food for those in need. The family has worked tirelessly to fundraise and beat last year`s £800 with a whopping £1,500 food drop-off.
Thank you to the residents of Windmill Lane, parents from Heslington Primary School and Heslington Football Group, which Arnie @johnniesonar (pictured) runs.
Our centre has been transformed into a makeshift warehouse with boxes filled with love and sustenance. The donations will be distributed alongside our usual food offerings to help those who are struggling.
Wednesday 20th, 27th of December (11am - 12 noon) is the fantastic @yourcafeyork where you can always get a bag full of food.
Thursday, the 21st of December (4pm), is the Community Canteen for a sit-down meal.
Friday, 22nd of December (9:30am) is the lovely supportive social event that is Breakfast Club (For @tanghallbiglocal residents).
Their selfless act not only nourished bodies but also nurtured the bonds that make a community truly special.
Why not join Arnie on a Thursday evening between 5 and 6pm at York University to join in with Heslington Football Group? This group of heroes is open to all ages, abilities, genders, and fitness levels, £2 per session.