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Lidl NI donates £250,000 of clothing

Date published: 14th March 2017

Lidl Northern Ireland today announced that it will donate £250,000 worth of clothing and textiles to those in need across the province  through FareShare and St Vincent de Paul.

Lidl has worked in partnership with redistribution charity FareShare, whose aim is to help vulnerable groups living in food poverty, for the last two years and in that time Lidl has supplied lorry loads of quality  surplus food to over 70 charities. This new donation from Lidl will see  180 pallets of clothes, footwear and bedding, which no longer has a commercial outlet, delivered by FareShare directly to St Vincent de Paul who will distribute through their network in Northern Ireland.

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