Trolley dash at Leeds B&M store for Mission Christmas toy appeal
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The duo had 30 seconds each to grab as many gifts as possible during the trolley dash at B&M in Hunslet.
B&M generously topped up what they had in their trolleys to make a grand total of seven trolleys full of gifts worth £1,500.
Mylo and Rosie said after the trolley dash: "People are so shocked to hear that there are children in 2020 here in Yorkshire who would be waking up on Christmas morning without anything to open if it wasn’t for Cash for Kids Mission Christmas.
"Christmas should be a magical time for all children and we will do everything in our power to help those who need it.
"We’d like to say a huge thank you to those who have already done what they can to help and donate, each gift that has been given will put a smile back on a child’s face."
Lisa Sullivan, charity manager at Pulse1 radio, said: "We were so delighted to be able to do the trolley dash thanks to our friends at B&M, we were so proud of Mylo and Rosie getting lots of fabulous gifts and so thankful to B&M who increased their total to £1, 500 worth of gifts."
Mission Christmas, which is the largest Christmas toy appeal in the UK, is an annual campaign run by Cash For Kids, which is supported by Bauer Radio’s regional stations, including Pulse 1.
Collectively, Cash for Kids raised more than £20.9m in 2019 in gifts and donations which were distributed to more than a million disadvantaged children across the UK, including 26,143 in West Yorkshire.
People are being asked to buy one extra gift before December 18 and hand it in to a number of drop off points, including the charity's partner B&M's stores.
Drop off points are listed at www.pulse1.co.uk/mission
Or text ‘PULSE’ to 70910 to donate £10 and a gift will be bought on your behalf.
This year Pulse 1’s Mission HQ, which acts as a hub for the receipt, sorting and distribution of gifts, is at The Store Room, Millshaw, Leeds LS11 8EG.