TfL helps to spread Christmas cheer

Transport for London (TfL) has donated more than 400 items from its Lost Property Office to The Salvation Army’s Christmas Present Appeal.

Now in its ninth year, the donation includes a wide variety of toys left on the TfL network and unclaimed after more than three months. The Salvation Army will work with local care services in south London to distribute the toys to disadvantaged children and families.

TfL Lost Property Office Operations Performance Manager Paul Cown said: It’s a pleasure to once again donate so many new toys at a time of year when they will be most appreciated. By supporting the Salvation Army in their appeal, hopefully we can make life that little bit easier for some families who are experiencing hardship.”

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  • Andrewjgwilt1989 - 15/12/2015 11:43

    TfL and Salvation Army. Working together for the Christmas period and into the new year is a new way to boost partnerships between the transport scheme and charities who are committed to work together.

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