St Helens supermarket donates to local vaccine centre and social care team

St Helens Vaccination Centre received a generous donation from Jack’s Supermarket as a thank you for their work vaccinating people during the pandemic.

Friday, 2nd April 2021, 11:05 am
Updated Friday, 2nd April 2021, 11:06 am
St Helens Vaccination Centre receive their donation from Jack’s Supermarket

Jack’s Supermarket, on Four Acre Lane in St Helens donated drinks and snacks such as tea, coffee, biscuits, cakes and Easter eggs to those working at the centre.

The donation will hopefully provide a well-needed boost as a thank you to staff and volunteers for their selfless work in helping the country get vaccinated in the fight against COVID.

Craig Robinson, Store Manager of Jack’s St Helens, said: “The local community is so important to us here at Jack’s, and we are always looking for new ways to give back.

Megan Mckie collected Easter treats on behalf of the St Helens Council Edge of Care team, to donate to children across St Helens from Jack's

"This donation is our way of saying ‘thank you’ to those who are working hard and vaccinating people during the pandemic, to help us get that one step closer to normality.”

Jack’s has also donated a hamper of Easter eggs to the children in St Helens.

Megan Mckie collected Easter treats on behalf of the St Helens Council Edge of Care team, to donate to children across St Helens.

Craig added: “Every child deserves to celebrate Easter and here at Jack’s we love putting a smile on the faces of the youngest members of our community. We hope the children have a brilliant Easter, and enjoy their chocolate goodies.”