A group of volunteers are hoping to brighten up the lives of some of the North West's most vulnerable this Christmas.
The Charity Cash for Kids helps Santa reach children living in poverty and in 2021 it had around £3.5 million worth of gifts donated to give to children across the North West, nominated by teachers, police officers and social workers.
The warehouse, in Stockport, is staffed mainly by volunteers, including Paul Atherton, who has been using his annual leave to help out for the past 16 years.
Paul said: "Christmas is a big thing for me, and I love Christmas and Christmas day.
"It's a special day. The thought of any child waking up and not getting a present breaks my heart especially in 2022. That is why I help out.
"I just want every child to have a present and believe in the magic of Christmas."
The donations come from the likes of shoppers at B&M bargains and Liverpool football club, but there are also private donations too.
Sarah Hancock brought her daughters Charlotte and Emma to donate, the girls used their pocket money to buy the presents.
Sarah said "It's really important that our children know some of the difficulties that other children might be facing."
"I think the children will wake up and will be really happy because they have something to look forward to," Emma added.
Danielle Powell is a learning mentor at a primary school and is collecting presents for more than 200 children.
She believes the cost of living crisis has meant more families than ever need help from the Mission Christmas Appeal.
Danielle said: "The families are having to spend on food and the bills so they haven't got the extra money for a toy for underneath the tree.
"It's not just a couple of families that are struggling this year. There are a number of working families who are struggling."
For more information visit the Cash for Kids website.
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