neal landscapes donation

2020 has been a tricky year for everyone. As a business, we know that we have been ever so lucky to continue operating throughout, so we wanted to take the time this Christmas to give back to the local community. Thanks to our team’s constant hard work and dedication, we were able to make a donation of Christmas gifts to Children’s Social Care in Milton Keynes.

Spreading The Christmas Spirit!

Before heading out to pick up Christmas gifts, we got in touch with the Children’s Social Care services to check what items they would benefit from the most. We were advised that they already had many generous donations of toys for younger children, so what they were in need of was gifts aimed at older children. So, we thought that the perfect solution was to pop to our local Boots to take advantage of their fantastic Christmas deals, which allowed us to get a huge range of different gifts for teenagers. This included everything from makeup sets and toiletries to games!

“Thank you to our amazing team here at Neal Landscapes for all your hard work over the past year. You have made it possible for us to donate some Christmas presents to children in care across Milton Keynes. We know that not every child has the best Christmas, but we hope that our gifts might contribute towards them having a happy Christmas.” – James Neal, Neal Landscapes Contracts Manager

How To Support Children’s Social Care

We are so grateful to have been able to support such a wonderful organisation, who work around the clock all year round to make sure that every child in need is given the support that they deserve. If you are also interested in donating to Children’s Social Care, we would recommend speaking with Toya at the FAST team at Milton Keynes Council on 01908 253232.

One Last Thank You, From Us To You

Last but most definitely not least, we would like to take the time to say a huge thank you from the Neal Landscapes team for your support, patience and understanding this year. We wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year – here is to a better 2021!

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