Ross-on-Wye's Sainsbury's store raises £1,916.56 for Forest Pulse charity

(l-r) Pam Jones (Forest Pulse's family services manager), Julia Mason-Wenn (HR colleague) and Alison Maddison (Sainsbury's store manager) celebrate the amount raised with some of the disabled children.

(l-r) Pam Jones (Forest Pulse's family services manager), Julia Mason-Wenn (HR colleague) and Alison Maddison (Sainsbury's store manager) celebrate the amount raised with some of the disabled children.

First published in News

ROSS-on-Wye's Sainsbury's store raised nearly £2,000 for a charity that supports disabled children and teenagers.

Forest Pulse has been the store's nominated charity during the past year, with many fund-raising activities taking place.

These include young people dressing up and helping with bucket collections.

A total of £1,956.64 was raised for the charity.

"We were overwhelmed by the amount they managed to raise for us," said Pam Jones, family services manager at Forest Pulse.

"This money will be used towards providing sport and social activities for disabled children and young people, allowing them the same opportunities as their non-disabled friends to go to youth club, sport, dance and music and do fun things at weekends and during the holidays."

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