Working in partnership with Swindon Foodbank, the team here at Haines Watts Swindon are asking each other, their clients, visitors and any nearby business people or residents to drop in and donate until Wednesday 20 December.  Boxes in our Reception are ready for anyone to drop their donations in.

This initiative is also being taken on by other Haines Watts offices across the country for their own communities as, according to the Trussell Trust, more than 13 million people in the UK now live below the poverty line.

Anyone wishing to can leave donations at the Haines Watts office in old Station House, Station approach, Newport Street, Swindon, SN1 3DU during office hours up to and including Wednesday 20th December.  Green and red boxes will be in the reception areas to receive any donations.  Parking is available.

Typical food items

Typical non food items

 Donations can also be made to the Haines Watts JustGiving page

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The festive season is just around the corner and this year, here in the Swindon office as well as Haines Watts nationally, we will be celebrating Christmas by offering clients and staff the opportunity to donate to the Trussel Trust Foodbanks, helping people who are living below the poverty line this Christmas.  A donation box has been set up in the Swindon office for anyone wishing to participate and there is also the opportunity to help financially by donating via the Haines Watts JustGiving page.