Millgate took part in the recent Christmas toy drive for children around Rotherham, which delivered gifts to over 1400 children.
This number has increased by almost 50% compared to the previous year, where 1000 children received a gift.
The project is ran by Rotherham Voluntary Action annually, and asks local residents residents to donate a gift for a child.
Ann Levick, Christmas Toy Appeal Co-ordinator, said that the generosity of the Rotherham people is overwhelming.
She said: “We provided gifts for over 1400 children, who woke up on Christmas morning with a present to open, something they may not have had without your support and generosity. I feel that the Christmas Toy Appeal was a massive success.”
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