Marks and Spencer makes it matter in Boston
As part of Make it Matter Day (1 June ) , Marks & Spencer has committed to support colleagues in delivering one million hours of community volunteering by 2025, to help make a difference to the projects and initiatives that really matter in the community it serves.
M&S will kick start the volunteering in Boston during national volunteers week (1-10 June) by redecorating and refurnishing the communal areas and offices of centerpoint outreach Boston. This will take place 7th-9th June with a fundraising event Saturday 10th June.
Nationwide, employees in every M&S store will join their colleagues in Boston by helping to transform local projects that make a real difference. In total , over 50,000 colleagues will support more than 500 community projects across the breadth of the UK. Make it matter is part of the recently launched M&S campaign' #SpenditWell ',which is about inspiring people to make every moment special by focusing on the experiences , people and things that really matter in life.
Chris Bloor Store Manager of M&S Boston" We're really excited to be coming together to support Centerpoint outreach Boston. Volunteering can make a profound difference to the communities in which we live, work and play- we believe that lots of the small actions from lots of people, can collectively have a huge impact. We cant wait to get started."
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