Local charity Jacob’s Well will be holding a giant Warehouse clearance sale later this month. The Charity has also launched an appeal to help the people of Mozambique.
The sale will take place at their Swinemoor Lane distribution centre as they look to raise cash to support their projects.
Organisers of the event say there will be plenty of bargains to be had. Items on sale will include bedding, toys, CDs and games.
There is also plenty of space for parking throughout the day. The warehouse sale will take place on 27 April from 9AM to 1PM.
Last week the charity also announced is it teaming up with Iris Ministries as they look to help people in Mozambique.
Recent events in Mozambique mean that money is needed to help the country and its citizens get back on their feet.
A spokesperson for Jacob’s Well said;
“Jacob’s Well is partnering with, A large Christian organization that has a network of schools and orphanages. They can take care of tens of thousands of Children and their families across Mozambique.”
“They are sending out teams across the affected area with food and clothing. While there they will help in the massive task of rebuilding once the waters have receded.”
Jacob’s Well Say Money Is Need To Help Those Suffering In Mozambique
“Mozambique is one of the poorest countries in the world. Before the cyclone, people were barely able to survive.”
“Now they have lost the few possessions they have. Businesses have been destroyed, the infrastructure is gone. Families have no-where to live and nothing to eat.”
“Money is what is needed most. Funds given to Jacob’s Well will be quickly transferred and used to buy food which is available to purchase from surrounding countries.”
“Money is also needed to fund the rescue effort, to treat those who are sick and injured. Also, money is needed to help them rebuild their lives.”
“Our partner, Iris ministries, is right now sending out teams to the affected areas of Mozambique.”
“They will personally hand out the aid to those affected, make sure that the help that is given reaches those who need it the most.”