We are delighted by your festive generosity!
Published on 15/01/2018

We, intu Milton Keynes, held our annual gift wrapping service and filled the centre with choir singing throughout December, with the help of the Christchurch Cornerstone Appeal, to raise funds for local charities.

Combined, you helped us raised an astonishing £15,004.50!

The charity gift wrapping station, which was situated by the customer information desk, was on hand to help shoppers wrap their Christmas gifts of all shapes and sizes for a small donation. The teams of volunteers raised a wonderful £7,299.25 over the month and each of the charities, including Advantage Africa, Age UK Milton Keynes, Hope for Hollie and Willen Hospice, took a share of this total with 100% of the total going to the charities.

Speaking about the gift wrapping service, Shelley Peppard, general manager of intu Milton Keynes said, “Each year I am overwhelmed by the generosity of our shoppers. During the festive period, we are extremely busy and for shoppers to take some time out of their busy day to visit the gift wrapping station means a lot. The money raised will give the charities involved a huge boost and I can’t thank people enough for their support with this.”

As well as the gift wrapping station, festive cheer spread throughout the centre with carols performed daily from the 1 December, by local choirs and bands, including the MK Pipe Bands, Junction 14 and many local school choirs. The choirs and bands raised a brilliant £7,707.25 in total.

Sam Crooks, Appeal Organiser said “We love working with intu Milton Keynes each year and all charities are very grateful for the opportunity given to them to raise vital funds. We could not do any of this without the exceptional generosity of the people of Milton Keynes and for this we are extremely grateful. The money raised from both the Gift Wrapping station and carolling will help each organisation tremendously.”

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