Customers in Sainsbury’s Newbury will be helping to raise money for a familiar cause over the next 12 months.
Partners for Active Leisure Scheme (PALS) have again been chosen by public vote as the store’s charity of the year.
It will see them receive support from the store, including fundraising and awareness raising.
Customers and colleagues have taken part in numerous activities for the charity, such as a sponsored climb of Mount Snowden, bucket collection days and cake sales, and have raised £6,500 for PALS so far.
Store manager Rob Barnes said: “We’ve really enjoyed working with PALS over the past 12 months and we are very proud of everything we’ve achieved.”
The charity supports children and young people in the West Berkshire area with physical disabilities.
PALS manager Helen Randall said: “We’d like to thank the customers and colleagues at Sainsbury’s Newbury for their support. It has made such a difference to the charity and we’re extremely grateful.”
Special needs charity Swings and Smiles won the vote at Sainsbury’s Andover Road Local store.