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Give a gift and win with Northridge Cars!
This Christmas we have teamed up with Northridge Cars in Hemel Hempstead to make Christmas special for those who need it the most.
We are asking you to spend a little bit of your money to buy a gift and drop it off to our special drop off locations at Northridge Cars, the Heart Watford Studio and various pop-up locations around Hertfordshire that will be manned by our Heart Angels.
There is no limit on how much you can spend so please give what you can! Also we ask politely if you could not to wrap the presents before you drop them off, as usually the charities will wrap appropriately.
Donation dates are between the 5th and 16th of December. Make sure you check back with us on social media to see how we are getting along, with picture galleries being posted over the festival period!
All the gifts will be donated to Watford Mencap (Registered Charity - 1004431) - who are dedicated to helping children and young adults with disabilities reach their full potential in life! They are getting into the festive spirit by hosting a selection of Christmas parties where your wonderful gifts will be given out!
However, Don’t worry we haven’t forgotten about you, to reward your kind heart and generosity for every gift that is given Northridge Cars are offering a free winter health check for your car (One gift per person) to say thank you this Christmas!
“Northridge Cars have been established since 2001 and offer a wide choice of used vehicles in their dealership in Hemel Hemsptead. When you buy a Northridge Car you buy with confidence, and receive 12 months break down of AA cover, full history check as well as a 128 point vehicle check. Northridge Cars is the only place for quality used cars in Hemel Hempstead.”
Northridge Cars are also offering you the chance to win Christmas on us, and win £1000 cash! Make sure you check it out!
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