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MCFC supporting Mission Christmas campaign

With the festive season just around the corner, Mission Christmas is back to put a smile on the face of young people from Manchester.

Whilst Christmas is often thought of as a time of presents and festive cheer, that isn’t the case for the 150,000 children who live in poverty in Greater Manchester.

As a result, MCFC and City in the Community are supporting Key 103’s Mission Christmas campaign, to give less fortunate children a Christmas to remember.

We are appealing to City supporters from across Greater Manchester to buy just one extra present. The brand new gift can be suitable for a boy or girl aged anywhere from 0 to 18 years and does not need to be wrapped. Any donation will be gratefully received.

Fans can drop off presents between now and Monday 15 December at the CityStore at the Etihad Stadium during normal opening hours. Alternatively, we will be collecting presents at the Santa Stroll on Sunday 14 December.

Please help us raise £1 million worth of gifts and bring a smile to a child's face this Christmas.

If you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact Deborah Glynn on deborah.glynn@cityfootball.com

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