Cubit Cub Launches Maggs Clothing Project
Please place unwanted clothing in the bins provided.
We are pleased to advise that the Cubit Club has launched its Clothing Initiative on Saturday 22 February 2020. This involves collecting clothes and some household items for the Maggs Project in Worcester. The end recipients are those unfortunate, homeless people living on the streets in our Cathedral City. Stourport and Northfield centres are the pilot launch facilities but it is hoped to roll this out across the Province.
W.Bro's David Rushforth (Facilitator) and Simon Rogers (CC Chairman) with the new collection bin at Northfield.
There is now a bin located in the foyer at each of the aforementioned centres which will be maintained neat and tidy by the Hall Steward or an appointed Cubit Club representative.
The Maggs Project is something to admire. They have a large well organised walk-in wardrobe open to the needy three times a week and they also have people who visit the streets of Worcester, the latter being a very special need as not everyone can or should, approach those unfortunate people on the street.
The finest help that you can provide is to place your unwanted items, including clean underwear in the Bin provided and let your Cubit Club do the rest.
For more information contact W.Bro David Rushforth email@example.com
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