The 'Wonderful Things' project is in the running to win funding for an amazing opportunity to benefit local school children, but they need your votes!
‘Bags of Help’ is Tesco’s exciting local community grant scheme where the money raised from the sale of carrier bags is being used to fund thousands of local projects in communities right across the UK.
Organised by Christ with All Saints Church, 'Wonderful Things' will benefit school children from All Saints Primary School in Stockport by providing them with exciting and unusual life experiences in the school holidays. All Saints Primary is within the top 2% catchment area for national deprivation, with around a third of the students eligible for free school meals.
Being able to develop their personal and social skills in this way would make a huge difference to both the children's and their families lives. 'Wonderful Things' aims to provide affordable childcare for working parents and in the longe term improve aspirations, educational attainment, employment prospects and life chances.
Help Wonderful Things to win funding for their projects by voting for their project next time you do your Tesco shop - voting will take place from Tuesday 1st January 2019 to Thursday 28th February 2019.
Please see below a list of local stores taking part:
CHEADLE STOCKPORT RD EXPRESS SK3 0PW
CHEADLE HULME EXPRESS SK8 7AB
CHEADLE WILMSLOW EXPRESS SK8 1DW
GATLEY CHURCH RD EXPRESS SK8 4ES
HAZEL GROVE STOCKPORT EXPRESS SK7 6DT
HEALD GREEN MANCHESTER EXPRESS SK8 3QA
HEATON MOOR STOCKPORT EXPRESS SK4 4DU
STOCKPORT EXTRA SK1 2BT
To check the location of any of the above stores, please go to the Tesco website here: