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Jestic Foodservice Solutions donates presents to children in refuge this Christmas

Once again, the team at Jestic Foodservice Solutions is supporting the charity KidsOut with a Christmas ‘Giving Tree’.

Designed to be a fun alternative to the traditional Secret Santa, individuals from Jestic Foodservice Solutions have been busy donning red cloaks and white beards to sneak down to the company’s Giving Tree to add more presents. The tree sits proudly in the centre of their office at Paddock Wood, where it was surrounded by presents before they were loaded into sacks, to be distributed to children by KidsOut.

KidsOut works with children who have experienced abuse, and thousands of others living with disadvantages, and Giving Tree scheme helps to remind them of what it’s like to be children and just have fun.

Ben Dale, Managing Director of Jestic Foodservice Solutions, said:

“We are delighted to do our own small bit to help disadvantaged children have a better Christmas. Many thanks to our generous team who have donated gifts for the children.”

In addition, Jestic Foodservice Solutions continues its food hamper tradition, which their teams will raffle at their Northern engineers’ festive meeting, their Southern engineers’ festive meeting, and the Jestic office Christmas party. The proceeds – expected to be over £1500 – will be donated to Cancer Research UK, the charity picked by Jestic staff.

For more information about Jestic Foodservice Solutions or to book a demonstration on a specific range of equipment please call 01892 831 960 or visit

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