Chiswick School Organising Collection Point for Ukraine Donations

Publishes list of items most needed by refugees

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The students and staff at Chiswick School are organising a collection point to allow the Chiswick community to donate items that are needed by refugees from Ukraine.

Ms Cassells who teaches PE at the school said, “Students and staff wanted to do something to support the refugee situation developing due to the war in Ukraine. At Chiswick School we have a history of raising money to support refugees across the world and we will be organising more events in the future”.

The school is collecting with Morrisons supermarket who will ensure the supplies get to where they are needed.

Items listed below can be dropped off at the school’s reception between 10am and 12noon next week from Monday 7 March to Thursday 10 March.

Bear in mind that access restrictions operate on Staveley Road if driving with your donations.

- Sanitary products

- Hygiene Products

- Medication (cold and flu / paracetamol etc)

- Instant food (Add hot water - not microwavable food)

- First aid kits

- Baby cream

- Nappies

- Wet Wipes

- Socks (adults and children)

- Protein Bars

- Cereal bars

- Blankets

- Sleeping bags

- Power banks

- Batteries

- Long lasting food

- Baby food

- Energy snacks

- Dry food (crisps / biscuits / sweets etc).

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March 5, 2022

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