Approximately £1,000 worth of toys was donated to The Salvation Army from Porsche Centre Nottingham following our Christmas dinner fundraising event which took place on Thursday 7 December.
Porsche customers were invited to the Centre for a three course Christmas-themed meal and entertainment. Alongside the incredible gift donations, customers also donated £720 in cash to the fundraising efforts of the evening.
Centre Principal, Michael Mason commented: “We are very thankful to all our wonderful Porsche customers for being so generous, especially at this time of year. We are delighted to be able to help the Salvation Army as much as we can, it is a fantastic cause and we hope to put a smile on the faces of less fortunate children this Christmas.”
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