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Aldi encourages customers to donate unwanted socks to help homeless

Aldi is reminding customers in Scotland that they can help the homeless by donating unwanted and unused socks in-store until the end of January. Launched on… View Article

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Aldi encourages customers to donate unwanted socks to help homeless

Aldi is reminding customers in Scotland that they can help the homeless by donating unwanted and unused socks in-store until the end of January.

Launched on Boxing Day, the supermarket’s ‘Not Socks Again?! campaign has seen 1,000 pairs of new socks donated to support the work of the Simon Scotland, Aberdeen Cyrenians and Trust in Fife homeless charities.

Aldi is also donating £250 to each charity to support the work they do in the community.

Richard Holloway, regional managing director for Scotland, said: “A massive thank you to all our customers and colleagues who have donated socks to this campaign so far. With one week to go, we wanted to remind people that they can still put any unwanted, new and unused socks to better use and they will find our Sock Amnesty boxes in store until the end of the month.”

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