Generosity shown to the charity which had Christmas presents intended for sick children and their families stolen by thieves shows no sign of letting up.

Cargiant is the latest firm to offer its support to COSMIC (Children of St Mary’s Intensive Care), pledging to donate £2,000 worth of toys.

Its support comes after online retailer Very.co.uk gave the charity 150 presents today (Tuesday, December 7).

The charity, which provides help and support to sick children in the intensive care wards and their families, was rocked last month when it discovered 150 presents it intended to give youngsters this Christmas had been stolen .

Other items taken by the thieves included LED lights used for the Carols by Candlelight concert, as was the charity's Santa suit.

It started a crowdfunding page in the hope of raising £3,000 to buy presents to still make Christmas special for the poorly children.

However, its appeal has to date received a staggering £36,000 with countless donations - such as those by Very - also coming in.

What happens to the gifts donated to COSMIC?

Video footage and photographs taken by getwestlondon photographer Grahame Larter shows staff busy wrapping the gifts given by kind companies and individuals.

Now, White City second-hand car dealership Cargiant says it has been inspired by Very.co.uk after reading about its efforts on getwestlondon , and is preparing to hand over 200 gifts on Thursday next week (December 16).

Speaking earlier in the week, Kenyatte Nelson, group marketing director at Very.co.uk, had explained why they decided to get involved : “When we heard what happened at St Mary’s Hospital, we really wanted to do what we could to help the situation and support both the children and families this Christmas.

The COSMIC crowdfunding page revealing the theft

“Christmas is a time for giving, therefore we are delighted to send our own special gifts to St Mary’s Hospital.

“The joy of giving is something that we’ve communicated throughout the Very Christmas campaign this year.

“We truly believe in that sentiment, which is why we wanted to play a part in helping COSMIC’s appeal.”

The theft happened between October 3 and November 18, when toys and equipment were taken from an unused ward at St Mary’s Hospital in the City of Westminster which COSMIC is aiming to transform into accommodation for families of critically ill children.

Westminster Police is investigating. Anyone with information can call 101 or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Click here to give to the COSMIC appeal.

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