MICHAEL O’NEILL ASKS PUBLIC APPEAL TO HELP 100,000 CHILDREN THIS CHRISTMAS

MICHAEL O’NEILL ASKS PUBLIC APPEAL TO HELP 100,000 CHILDREN THIS CHRISTMAS

MICHAEL O’NEILL ASKS PUBLIC APPEAL TO HELP 100,000 CHILDREN THIS CHRISTMAS

Northern Ireland Football Manager, Michael O’Neill MBE, has appealed to the public to help 100,000 local children who currently live in poverty.

Attending the launch of Translink and U105’s ‘Stuff A Bus’ Toy Appeal, in aid of The Salvation Army and St Vincent De Paul, Michael has come on-board to help stuff a double decker bus with more than 20,000 toys this year, in the hope of spreading joy to children on Christmas morning. Purchasing just one extra gift could make a difference to a child’s life this Christmas. All gifts must be new, unwrapped and can be left at drop-off points located in Translink stations right across Northern Ireland until December 17.

For more details visit www.translink.co.uk/christmas and join in the conversation online using #StuffABusNI.

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