King's Lynn-based stationery manufacturer ExaClair Limited, the UK subsidiary of the Exacompta-Clairefontaine group, has recently donated over £75,000 worth of products in support of charity initiatives organised by the Norfolk County Council.
The donated items included various products, such as notebooks, pads and craft materials from the company's Goldline, Rhodia and Clairefontaine brands, which have gone towards creating over 500 activity packs for children aged from under 5 years to 18 years. These have then been distributed out to families in time for the summer holidays.
Sara Tough, Executive Director for Children's Services at Norfolk County Council says, "With many families experiencing significant additional pressure as the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic continues, we are very grateful for the support during this time. The packs will offer much needed fun, learning and educational resources to vulnerable families who would not have the means to provide these things at home to help keep children engaged in positive learning and activities."
Lawrence Savage, marketing manager at ExaClair, adds: "We are delighted to have been able to assist and be a part of such a great cause and hope the children who are receiving the activity packs will thoroughly enjoy them."