Bingley company's gift clothes aid Bradford homeless

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Front row, Shelley Henderson (left) and Janette Roper, Father Christmas, and (back) Damart senior e-commerce manager Ben Phillips and Immanuel Project founder Janet Bannister Front row, Shelley Henderson (left) and Janette Roper, Father Christmas, and (back) Damart senior e-commerce manager Ben Phillips and Immanuel Project founder Janet Bannister

A Bingley clothing company has given boxes of warm clothes to boost a charity catering for homeless and vulnerable people in Bradford.

Operating out of Bowling Green Mills on Lime Street, Damart, which specialises in thermal clothing, gave the packages to The Immanuel Project, a voluntary organisation that provides hot meals, care and support to those out on the streets.

The gifts were presented at the project’s Christmas party, at which Damart also gave each of the 180 guests a box of fudge.

Founder of the Immanuel Project, Janet Bannister, said: “We’re very grateful to Damart for their kind donation. Being warm makes such a difference to the lives of many of the people we help and we’ve been able to make life a little bit more manageable for them all.”

To find out more, e-mail jibannister31@gmail.com.

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