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AdGiftsOnline Joins 'Smart for Arch' Campaign

Be Smart for Arch is a worthy campaign and gives help to housing  families who have left an abusive relationship.  They are asking everyone to fill empty Smartie tubes with their loose change for this worthwhile cause.

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Domestic abuse has devastating consequences on the lives of children and young people. Some of the money raised by the appeal will be used to fund the children’s worker post at an Arch refuge to support children through their journey of recovery.

In partnership with Phoenix Gas and Tesco and supported by Mercedes Benz Cobridge, BNI Network Chapter, and AdGiftsOnline, Arch Charity are providing a tube of chocolate beans to anyone wishing to take part for them to enjoy and then fill up with loose change.

Groups of people, including schools, could also hold a Smartie party, have a dress down day or competition, lay the longest line of Smarties or any other ‘smart’ ideas people may have.

Anyone wishing to take part can collect and return their filled tubes from Tesco Kidsgrove, Longton and Meir, Signal Radio, and the head office for Arch in Stoke on Trent.

Mercedes Benz Cobridge has kindly donated a smart car to support the campaign, and with the help of Signal Radio, collect the filled tubes.
Local gas service company Phoenix Gas are helping fund the appeal. Kyle Grocott, of Phoenix Gas said: “As platinum sponsors we are always looking for ways to support Arch. The 'Smartie' appeal is a great way to raise some much needed funds for the work Arch do to support children who have been affected by domestic abuse.”

Tesco have also pledged their support. Richard Evans Tesco Community Champion at Kidsgrove said: “Supporting the Arch Smartie appeal is a fun way of engaging with the local community while supporting a really worthwhile cause.”



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