A CHARITY which helps the world’s poorest countries is in desperate need of boxes to send relief aid in.
The Christian African Relief Trust (CART) sends boxes of goods, including clothing, food and medical aid to Africa to relieve extreme poverty.
But the charity, which has a warehouse and shop in Lockwood, says it is running out of boxes to send the goods in.
It has been struggling since its regular supplier of boxes, Redcat Warehouse in Wakefield, closed.
The charity needs packing boxes strong enough to hold books or food, from approximately 12”x10”x6”.
The maximum size needed is around 24”x16”x12” for items like clothing, medical aid and stationary.
To help the charity call 01484 461800 or email: email@example.com