In the spirit of spreading joy and festive cheer, the University of Warwick Science Park has partnered with KidsOut Charity for the annual GivingTree initiative.
This year, the University of Warwick Science Park has received an allocation of 250 gift tags for their Christmas trees at its four centres located in Coventry, Warwick, Binley, and Blythe Valley. Each tag represents a heartfelt wish from a child in need, and participants are encouraged to select a tag, purchase the requested gift, and contribute to making a child’s Christmas a little brighter.
The GivingTree initiative by KidsOut Charity has been making a significant impact in communities across the country, bringing smiles to the faces of countless children who may otherwise go without during the holiday season.
The University of Warwick Science Park invited staff, tenants, and the wider community to embrace the GivingTree initiative, demonstrating the power of collective goodwill and community support. The act of giving back during the holiday season is a reminder of the importance of kindness and solidarity, especially during challenging times.
For more information about the GivingTree initiative and KidsOut Charity, please visit: https://www.kidsout.org.uk/.