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25th Jan, 2022

Life-changing poverty charity gets cash boost

A LIFE-changing charity which tackles hunger and homelessness in Rugby has received a cash boost.

Hope4, which runs the town’s Foodbank and services for homeless people, received a donation of £1,000 from the local Amazon fulfilment centre.

The charity’s service delivery manager Adi Robinson said: “On behalf of everyone at Hope4, I want to say thank you. Amazon’s support is hugely appreciated and will enable us to continue to reach and help people in need across the community.”

Gayner Coulson, site leader at Amazon’s fulfilment centre in Rugby, said: “Hope4 makes a real difference to people in our community, and we’re pleased to support the charity with this donation.”

Hope4 received the donation as part of Amazon’s programme to support the communities in and around its locations across the UK.

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