Causeway Chronicle

Postal workers deliver welcome donation to local charity

Gregory McDaid hands over a cheque to Tracy Anderson, manager of the Church Street store of CAN (Compass Advocacy Network), based in Coleraine town centre.

Christmas has come early for a local charity.

Thanks to the postal workers at Coleraine Delivery Office, Can (Compass Advocacy Network) has received some welcome seasonal joy.

Can is a local charity which supports adults with learning disabilities, autism and mental health.

Can Can Bazaar is the charity’s boutique style shops situated in Ballymoney, Ballymena and Coleraine.

They cater for ladies, gents and kids fashion at affordable prices.

Gregory McDaid today handed over a cheque to Tracy Anderson, manager of their Church Street store based in Coleraine town centre.

“We have a Christmas jumper day in the office every year,” explained Gregory.

“The proceeds go to a local charity and we felt Can and the work they do was a deserving cause this year.”

Shop manager Tracy was delighted with the first class gesture.

“I am delighted and I’d like to thank everyone at Royal Mail in Coleraine,” she said.

“That they would take time out at their busiest time of the year to think of others and consider our charity is fantastic.

“We are very grateful.”


Michael Anderson