Four community groups receive cash incentives from Jack Supermarket

Four charities supporting the Middlewich community have received cash incentives.

Jax’s Supermarket has donated £ 500 from the sale of carrier bags to each company.

Good causes usually receive 250 from the store, and customers recommend a charity to get additional donations.

This year, Jack decided to double the prizes for charities affected by fundraising efforts by the epidemics.

Middlewich High School Community Group, Under 8 Middlewich Town, Tornhall Elementary School and Run Middlewich were delighted to receive funding.

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The Middlewich Town Under-8 Executive Committee said: “This is a very challenging year for everyone.

“Giving donations like this to Jack stores is incredible and it’s wonderful that they want to help local companies and charities like us. We are so grateful.

“It costs a lot of money to set up crossroads football teams, and we have not been able to raise any funds due to the epidemic, so this money will go a long way for us to provide good equipment for local children.”

Jules Parker, music director of the Middlewich High School Community Group, said: “Our singer is an enthusiastic adult singer and has been performing since 2013.

Middlewich High School Community Choir

Middlewich High School Community Choir

“Members are always free, raising funds from our annual summer concert to pay for expenses.

“We are so grateful for the $ 500 gift from Jax, which can pay for our annual insurance and new music for next season, and return anytime.”

Winsford Guardian: Ronnie Fisher, a student at Tornhall Elementary School, makes pizza

These funds helped Winsford children learn to cook.

Sarah Tomlinson, headmistress of Tornhall Elementary School, said: “Thanks to Jax for his financial contribution to providing families with food bins, craft packs, online cooking lessons and virtual fitness classes.”

Winsford Guardian:

Louis Richardson, a student at Tornhall Elementary School, makes a chicken curry

Darren Preston, Jack’s Middlewich’s store manager, said: “Jack’s Supports has been running for a while and we need to give back to the local community who have always loved us so much.

“As charitable fundraising has been hit hard by the epidemic, we are pleased to be providing more support to organizations than ever before.

“We strongly recommend involving anyone who is considering applying for the next round. We would like to support as many local charities as possible, especially during such difficult times.”

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Sophia Harrison

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I'm Sophia Harrison working as a part-time staff at the Costco since the past year until I become as an author at the iron blade, hope I can use my experiences with the supermarkets here.

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