Can you say the title of this post over and over, really quickly? I can't.
This Christmas, for the fourth year running, Superdrug are supporting the Salvation Army's Christmas Present Appeal.
From November the 23rd to December the 18th, Superdrug customers are able to drop new, unwrapped presents into the store. Then, Salvation Army volunteers will wrap the gifts and distribute them to families and children who may have otherwise had nothing or very little this Christmas.
I think this is a lovely idea and next time I'm in town doing a spot of Christmas shopping, will remember to stop by my local superdrug. Even if it's just a couple of fun toys from PoundLand, you could really bring a smile to someone's face.
Do you think you would consider taking part in this?