Hatfield based charity feeds 100 disadvantaged people

PUBLISHED: 14:21 30 January 2017 | UPDATED: 14:21 30 January 2017

AGMS foundation charity event at Jim MacDonald Centre, in Hatfield.

AGMS foundation charity event at Jim MacDonald Centre, in Hatfield.

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A Hatfield based charity fed around 100 disadvantaged people during its free foodbank and clothing event.

AGMS foundation, in conjunction with the Jimmy Mac Centre in Hatfield, fed roughly 100 people at its event on Sunday, January 22.

Disadvantaged and low income families as well as elderly people benefitted from the charitable event.

AGMS foundation provided free bags of groceries and basic items as well as clothing to people.

James Tiplady the manager of the Jimmy Mac Centre said: “AGMS provided a great service in offering a helping hand to those in need.”

AGMS foundation is also distributors for the foodbank and are at Marychurch R C Church, 26 Salisbury Square, Hatfield, AL9 6JD every last Friday of the month from 10am until 12pm.


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