More than 50 gifts have been donated in less than three weeks to child victims of the Grenfell Tower fire as part of a Christmas donation campaign.
The charity, which provides emotional, financial and practical support to those experiencing social isolation and disadvantage, has been supporting those affected by the blaze in June.
Since the campaign was announced nearly three weeks ago , local self-storage units have been accepting donations of presents for disadvantaged children in the Grenfell community.
More than 50 new toys have already been donated to Access Self Storage locations in Isleworth, Acton and Fulham, including a range of games and toys.
Isleworth's Access Self Storage manager Keaton Jones said he was thrilled about the donations and encouraged others to take part in the remaining two weeks.
“We're really delighted with the collection so far,” he said.
“This year, already more than 50 gifts have been donated in Isleworth alone, thanks to a huge amount of support publicising the campaign from the Ealing Gazette and getwestlondon .
“There are two weeks left to take part, so if you'd like to help, please pop into our store on London Road, or Access Self Storage Acton or Fulham and drop off your donations.”
Christmas gifts, ranging from books to board games, may be left at the reception of the three stores up until December 15.
After the deadline, the toys donated during the festive period will be given to children and families being cared for by Family Action.
Speaking after the launch of the Christmas campaign earlier this month, Family Action's Aimee Darke said the charity is delighted to be at the heart of this year's campaign.
“We're very happy to have not one, but three Access Self Storage stores collecting toys on our behalf,” she said.
“These gifts will make a real difference in making Christmas a little more special for the children and young people we work with.”
Donations may be left stores in Isleworth, in London Road, Fulham, in Fulham Broadway, and Acton, in The Vale, until December 15.
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