Collection success for the refugees of Syria at Cross Keys Shopping Centre.

The collaboration between Cross Keys Shopping Centre (owned by Quantum Group) and Salisbury to Syria Aid Convoy has been an incredible wholesale mlb jerseys success; with the last few vans being loaded with donations and sent off to meet от the container destined for the camps in and around the borders of Syria.

Sharon Read, To volunteer for Salisbury to Syria said, “So many people have come along to Cross Keys and expressed their relief at being able to reach out and help by giving what they can.  We would like to thank Quantum Group for their tremendous support in allowing us to use Cross Keys. You are a credit to Salisbury and it has been fantastic to have you on board.”

The Salisbury Hospital to Syria organisation expressed that having Cross Keys for free to use as a base for 10 days has been an immense help. It has enabled the volunteers to Landmark organise the donations and load the vans more efficiently. This saves valuable time for volunteers at the other end when distributing the donations to those who need assistance.

Simon Hammond, Land Director at Quantum Group, expressed his delight in the success of the project at Cross Keys, Quantum’s ambition is to help to build a better community – whether it’s supporting local enterprises such as this one at Cross Keys, or building PRENSA our proposed retirement development at Old Manor in Salisbury.   We were delighted to be able to help wholesale jerseys Aid Convoy in this very worthwhile project and have been amazed by the generosity of donations.  It truly demonstrates what can be achieved by a community working together to deliver a shared vision.

Six packed van loads have been collected during cheap nba jerseys the Salisbury to Syria Aid Convoy. The project finishes cheap mlb jerseys at Cross Keys on Thursday 1st October