Reading's Reindeer Needs a Name!

Dec 08, 2017 in Leightons News

Leightons staff in Christmas jumpers

Guess his name with a donation to Save the Children and you'll win a Christmas Hamper

Save the Children has been on a mission to give disadvantaged children the childhood everyone deserves. At the beginning of the 20th century, Eglantyne Jebb, and her sister Dorothy Buxton began a fundraising for their campaign 'Fight the Famine', after visiting cities like Berlin after the First World War. Seeing the kind of poverty children were living in provoked the sisters in to fundraising in the center of Trafalgar Square to raise money.

In 1919, the Save the Children charity was officially set up with huge success. In 2016 alone, they managed to help over 22million disadvantaged children all over the world. What started as the ambition of two people has turned in to a truly global force.

Leightons Reading is hoping to contribute to the amazing work done by Save the Children with their own fundraising event! The North Pole was a bit cold for this reindeer and he’s going rogue around Reading branch:

reading reindeer
reading reindeer
reading reindeer

Give him a new home – with a donation of just £1, take a guess at his name. If you’re right, you’ll win him and a Christmas Hamper! The winner will be announced on the morning of Saturday 16th December. Visit the Save the Children website to see what your donation can do!

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