Cheque this out!
A cheque for £500 has been presented to the under-12 girls from Stevenage Boro Juniors by Sainsbury s at Corey s Mill. The store, in Hitchin Road, has donated the money to the club to provide a new home kit for the girls. Coach and team manager Danielle Q
A cheque for £500 has been presented to the under-12 girls from Stevenage Boro Juniors by Sainsbury's at Corey's Mill.
The store, in Hitchin Road, has donated the money to the club to provide a new home kit for the girls.
Coach and team manager Danielle Quelch said: "The girls are currently top of the table in Division Two of the Home Counties Girls' League.
"They have also progressed to the quarter-finals of the league cup by beating two Division One teams in the group stages. The new kit will be a big boost for the team."
The supermarket raised the cash using a new scheme that encourages customers to recycle plastic shopping bags, cutting waste as well as being kind to the environment.
Sainsbury's store manager, Mark Siggins, said: "We play an important role in this community and want to do all that we can to be part of it.
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"Helping local children to grow and achieve their full potential is a terrific investment for their future."
The donation is one of the first to be made as part of Sainsbury's new community grants scheme, funded entirely from the profits on sales of Bags for Life.