Homeless young people receive help from Sunderland FC
Food and clothing parcels have been donated by Premier League football club Sunderland to a hostel supporting young people who are homeless.
The club’s largesse is part of its commitment to the International Mandela Day campaign, reports 24dash.
Donated items come from first team players and club staff and range from training kits to toiletries.
Mr Montgomery, who played in goal for Sunderland during their 1973 FA Cup Final win over Leeds United, said: “I visited the centre when it first opened and it’s a fantastic place for the young people. It’s great to be able to help once again. The club plays a huge role in the region and it’s good to be involved in this project and make a difference in the local community.”
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