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Cracking idea for kids' Easter egg campaign
6:20am Wednesday 9th April 2014 in News
A KIDDERMINSTER training and recruitment firm is calling on people and businesses to help make Easter eggs-tra special and donate chocolate treats for children in care.
EResponse Recruitment is asking for donations of Easter eggs to help give less fortunate local children a more enjoyable Easter.
The Wyre Forest firm, which has offices in Church Street, Kidderminster, is aiming to collect 100 chocolate goodies at each of its four branches across the region for young - sters in care homes who would, otherwise, miss out on the Easter fun.
Tina White, marketing and communications manager at eResponse Recruitment, said: “This is one of those times of the year where everyone enjoys themselves and looks forward to spring.”
You can contact Ms White by emailing email@example.com and donations can be dropped at the Kidderminster branch.
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