Danbar supports kids' charity

Manufacturer Danbar International has donated stockings worth of Christmas gifts to a children?s charity, according to a report.
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The Welham Green based firm has given Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice 100 remote controlled toys, in support of its work with children who have life limiting illnesses in North London and South Hertfordshire.

Tzuri Bar, MD, said: "We are delighted to donate these toys to support a local charity. We hope that the children will enjoy playing with them.”

The toys have been wrapped by volunteers and will be given to the children at their Christmas party on December 20th.

Gill Dodge, CEO of Noah’s Ark, said: "Danbar International will bring smiles and laughter back into the homes of our children this Christmas. Making the most of the life to be lived, and creating positive memories for the future, is a vital part of our children's hospice service.”

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