Moneypenny teamed up with Dandy's Topsoil again this year with their gift appeal, proving to be successful once again.

The gift appeal was set up by Adam Dandy in 2015 as part of his charity SHARE, which aims to support families in crisis and people who are homeless in North Wales and Cheshire and assist refugees, wherever they are in the world.

Rachel Clacher, co-owner of Moneypenny, reached out to Adam seven years ago asking if there was anything she could do to help at Christmas, which is how the partnership first started.

Every Christmas since employees at Moneypenny have donated presents that are distributed to charities and children across North Wales.

This year, Moneypenny held their own ‘Give a Gift’ day where employees bought in gifts for Dandy’s to collect and deliver to children throughout Wrexham, Cheshire and Flintshire, through the charities Save the family, The British Red Cross and Local Solutions.

Joanna Swash, Group CEO of Moneypenny said: “It is always one of my favourite days of the year here at Moneypenny and we have supported Dandy’s with this excellent initiative for a number of years. Our wonderful people enjoy bringing in something to help others and this is just a small thing to make a child smile this Christmas.”

Adam Dandy, owner of Dandy's Topsoil and co-founder of SHARE charity said: "For the past seven years the effort that the staff at Moneypenny have put in is just unbelievable. A full truck load every single year for the past seven years.

"We almost rely on the staff at Moneypenny now because they send so much there are so many children and so many charities that are over the moon and are so so grateful, as are we for their support."