Wild Thang donates clothing to the homeless as temperatures fall

A Wild Thang employee holds a box of the donated clothing

Wild Thang donated warm clothing to the homeless as temperatures fell last month.

A sizeable amount of clothing, including jackets, hoodies and hats was donated to the Cotton Street Homeless Project and Whitechapel Homeless Centre.

As part of the company’s charitable fundraising, Wild Thang also held a Christmas Jumper day prior to the festive break, which raised over £200. This money was split between the two organisations.

Andrew Dwerryhouse, MD, said: “We will continue to deliver much needed clothing throughout the year ahead and encourage others to get involved as the more people, companies and organisations involved in trying to make an impact the better the outcome will be, which is ultimately all focused on trying to eradicate homelessness in the Liverpool City region and beyond for good.”

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