Christmas Wishes campaign — the winners
Winckworth Sherwood has announced the winners who have won £100 for their nominated charity.
‘That Landlords this winter use vacant units to provide a roof over a homeless persons head this winter.’
Chosen charity — Shelter
‘That the homeless people of Southwark will find shelter in this bitter cold winter St Mungo’s.’
Chosen charity — St Mungo’s
‘For all the homeless in London to be warm and fed this Christmas.’
Chosen charity — Cancer Research UK
‘That our children understand that the spirit of Christmas doesn’t have to come wrapped as a mini iPad, Xbox, Lego, etc and that being kind and nice to each other — especially their hard working parents — doesn’t cost much!’
Chosen charity — The Arc, Caterham
‘That all children, regardless of background or circumstances, have a Christmas which is filled with joy and peace with no worries or stress.’
Chosen charity — Barnardo’s
Congratulations to our winners We have informed each of the charities.
Winckworth Sherwood has also donated £500 to Bede House as part of this campaign.
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