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Gym collects food for poor

Gym collects food for poor

Justin Burns

Gym collects food for poor

A fitness centre in Windsor is helping people in need by collecting non-perishable food items from its members.

Windsor Curves in Alma Road is holding the initiative as part of the 13th Annual Curves Food Drive and all goods will then be given to East Berkshire Women's Aid for distribution.

Any new member who joins the gym during March and brings a bag of non-perishable food items, will have the normal joining fee waived.

Each year, Curves clubs collectively donate food to feed the hungry - over the last five years nearly 54 million kilograms has been collected and distributed to communities across the world.


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