Toy Collection Service Encourages Londoners to Donate Unwanted Toys

London-based storage company Attic is to run a weekly toy collection service in London to encourage families across the capital to donate their unwanted toys to children in need. With around 38 per cent of children in the capital living in relative poverty, the company along with charity The Toy Project are encouraging Londoners to dig deep and help old toys find a new home with the children who need them most. Hebe spoke to the Marketing Director of Attic Self Storage about this.

Tanya Francis 9th September 2021


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