Musical Society donating to local food bank

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Each year South Staffs Musical Theatre Company makes charitable donations from our performances to our local food bank

Each year South Staffs Musical Theatre Company, of which I am Chairperson, make charitable donations from our performances to our local food bank, The Well in Wolverhampton.

We usually donate at least the cost of two pallets of food to our local food bank the Well from our performances at a cost of £175 each, so with your help we would like to raise at least £350, or even more if possible. £500 is our target.

As we are currently unable to perform live due to Coronavirus, we are uploading a variety of online performances instead, in the hope people will enjoy our performances and donate to help this worthwhile cause at a time when many people need the support of food banks more than ever.

Look out for our very special VE Day tribute later this week on our public Facebook page! 

£80

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7 backers

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