Croydon volunteers to sell roses for charity
9:43am Wednesday 20th June 2012 in Local news
Volunteers from Croydon Neighbourhood Care will be selling roses at train stations to raise money for the Alexandra Rose Charities (ARC).
The ARC supports over 300 small charities and community groups to raise the funds needed for their work to continue.
On June 20, volunteers from will be at various stations across Croydon, collecting donations.
Margaret Stock, National Director of Alexandra Rose Charities said: "We are delighted to be working with Croydon Neighbourhood Care and hope they have a successful collection.
"Our fundraising work is ongoing and the team is continually looking for charity partners to support so we are encouraging all non-profit organisations to contact us and discuss how we can work together in the future."