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Staff at LCCG dig deep for NOAH

18 December 2017

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A local organisation has been busy collecting donations for a local enterprise that helps the most disadvantaged people in the Luton community.

Since November, staff at Luton Clinical Commissioning Group (LCCG) have been collecting warm clothes, toiletries and food for charity NOAH Enterprise, to support the annual opening of their winter shelter for the homeless.

Staff at LCCG, donned in Christmas Jumpers, clapped as Colin Thompson Accountable Officer for LCCG handed over around 2 sacks and 14 boxes full of donations to Chief Executive Jim O’Connor when they met on Friday 15 December.

Mr Thompson said: “The team of staff at Luton CCG care about the health and well-being of everyone in this great town. Supporting the homeless community is important to us, not just at Christmas but throughout the year. The team are pleased that we can make this small gesture to Noah in support of the fantastic work it does”.

Mr O’Connor, who came along to the event with Paul Prosser, Welfare Centre Manager, continued: “It is particularly touching that those who administer the local NHS through the CCG feel so deeply about the plight of people who are homeless that they have made this donation of warm clothing, food and other essentials.

“Thank you.”

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