JACK’S Supermarket, on Timberley Lane in Castle Bromwich has donated breakfast supplies and lunch time snacks to Tudor Grange High School to help children start their day the right way.
Following the new restrictions and schools closing, many children are now being home schooled, but for those whose parents are key workers they can still attend school.
Jack’s has donated plenty of lunchtime snacks, fruit juice and more to to help parents, families and teachers working during lockdown.
Store manager Laura Cerrone said: “Since last March, Jack’s has continuously given back to the local community as we always try to put our customers at the heart of everything we do.
“It’s a tough time for everyone right now but especially parents, so we hope this provides a little relief for families.”
Kathryn Smith, PA to the Principal at Tudor Grange Academy Solihull, said: “Tudor Grange Academy Solihull are extremely grateful for the food donation we have received from Jack’s Supermarket.
“The food will be used for students in our additionally resourced Provision ‘The Elms’ as well as the children of key workers and the vulnerable children currently attending our Small School provision.”
Also this week, whilst collecting their essentials, Solihull residents were randomly selected to win a Jack’s monetary voucher, ready to spend on their next essential shop, to help lighten the January blues.