Help Grantham store support breast cancer charities
Colleagues from Asda in Grantham are calling on the local community to help support them in their fund-raising efforts for its Tickled Pink charity campaign, supporting Breast Cancer Care and Breast Cancer Now.
The store has helped to raise thousands of pounds for Tickled Pink in recent years – and customers can help support this year’s fundraising efforts either by making a donation online, or in store, or by purchasing Tickled Pink products available throughout October.
As well as fund-raising throughout the October, the store’s community champion Karen Morrell had her head shaved to... read more
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