Help Children in Care This Christmas

Ealing Police launch borough wide campaign

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Police in Ealing are urging residents to support their Christmas appeal and help children in care.

The campaign is being launched as part of the MPS Commissioner’s Christmas Tree gift appeal.

Members of the public are being urged to give a gift by collecting a tagged ribbon from the special Christmas tree outside Ealing Police Station and then buy a Christmas gift voucher for one of the children in care in Ealing.

All you need to do is buy the gift voucher, for a suggested maximum spend of £20 and take it to Ealing, Acton or Southall Police Station.

This year's appeal builds on the success of the Met's Christmas wish list tree from last year, which saw more than 1,000 children benefit from the goodwill of Londoners.

T/Chief Superintendent Paul Martin said:

"We would welcome the generosity of the public in supporting our Christmas Tree appeal. It is a worthy campaign, spreading a little Christmas cheer to those that may need a little more love than most especially during the festive season."

Ealing police's Christmas Tree appeal will be officially launched on Wednesday, 19 November at 19:00hrs where T/Chief Superintendent Paul Martin will be joined by local Police Officers and Staff to switch on the Christmas tree lights.



November 14th 2014