Despite it still being November, at Design Portfolio we are already embracing the festivities! We have been busy preparing our celebrations and playing Secret Santa. And for the fourth year running, we also wanted to spread some Christmas joy outside of our offices and have once again participated in Operation Christmas Child.
Run by Samaritan’sPurse, a non-profit organisation that aims to provide support, emergency relief and development assistance to people in need around the world, Operation Christmas Child is an initiative that involves filling a shoebox with gifts, school supplies, hygiene items and anything else that might bring a smile to a child’s face.
This Christmas, our team has filled over 20 shoeboxes! This is a fantastic effort from all involved and we wait in anticipation to see where the boxes have been delivered…
If you would like to know more, go to: https://www.samaritans-purse.org.uk/what-we-do/operation-christmas-child/.
Wishing everyone around the world an early “Happy Christmas” from Design Portfolio.
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