Amazon donation pays for summer fun at Peterborough’s Little Miracles charity

Eric Schultz   and Martin Cox  with children Romeo (8), Angel (9) and Reuben (5) and Fluffy the snake.
Eric Schultz and Martin Cox with children Romeo (8), Angel (9) and Reuben (5) and Fluffy the snake.

A charity that supports families with children who have disabilities and life-limiting conditions has received a donation of £2,500 from the Amazon team in Peterborough.

Little Miracles provides a place for children to play, laugh and create friendships, while giving families and carers access to the advice and support they need.

The donation will pay for some of the summer activities taking place during the school holidays, including an animal day at the charity headquarters.

Members of the Amazon team went along to join in the fun and gets hands-on with an array of wildlife, including Bella the skunk, Beethoven the meerkat and Fluffy the snake.

The donation forms part of the “Amazon In The Community” programme whereby 
the company supports the communities around its operating locations across the UK by teaming up with a local charity, and follows a previous donation of £2,500 earlier this year.

Speaking of the donation, Martin Cox, the site leader at Amazon Peterborough, in Fletton, said: “Little Miracles does such a great job in our local community and we couldn’t be happier to be supporting them as our Stand Out charity this year, and we were delighted to be invited along to the fun day.”

Michelle King, from Little Miracles - based at The 
Spinney in Ravensthorpe - added: “We’re incredibly grateful to everyone at Amazon Peterborough for this kind gesture. “This further donation will continue to make a big difference to the children and families we support.

“It means so much to see all the children enjoying themselves on days out like these.

“We’d like to express our gratitude to Martin and the team for their continued support.”