Woodley Town Mayors attend Covid food bank ceremony
Published on: 16 February, 2022
The Woodley Volunteer for Covid-19 group has celebrated raising over 200,000 food items, which have been donated to the local Woodley community.
On Friday, February 11, certificates were handed out to the volunteers by Woodley Town Mayor Cllr Janet Sartorel, Deputy Town Mayor, Cllr Kay Gilder, and Wokingham Town Mayor, Cllr Keith Baker, who gave a brief speech thanking the community.
Ronnie Goodberry, who now runs the group, said on its Facebook page of the event:
“Throughout this pandemic , you, the members kept giving, your kindness, support and overwhelming generosity have seen no bounds. Today, to repay your kindness, a small group of our members randomly drawn from a hat helped us as a group to celebrate our monumental achievements since starting the Woodley food drive in March 2020. You guys and girls have donated – as of last weekend – a massive 201,319 items. I’d like to thank you all personally from the bottom of my heart for the support you’ve given and continue to give towards the group and the vulnerable residents and needing families of Woodley. You’ve done Woodley proud and shown to others what can be achieved when a community pulls together.”
Woodley Mayors honoured to congratulate the group
Both Woodley Mayors were honoured to be part of the event and amazed at the generosity and kindness of the Woodley community.
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