By Connie Osborne Thursday 21 March 2013 Updated: 22/03 07:30
YMCA residents received a sweet treat for Easter thanks to a Redditch company.
Texellent Solutions, which provide IT support to the charity, donated Easter eggs to those living at Gordon Anstis House in Church Hill.
Scott Bedall from the firm said it was a pleasure to donate the eggs to the young people.
“We have worked with the organisation for many years and constantly see the good work that they do and the results they achieve with the young people they work with.
“The YMCA is giving new hope and life to people they support so the giving of an Easter egg is probably one of the most fitting things we could have done when you think about the tradition of why we give them.”
Ashley Hewitt from Redditch YMCA added: “On behalf of the residents of Gordon Anstis House and the organisation as a whole we thank Texellent Solutions for their kind donation.”
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