Quilts, furniture, games, bottles, curtains and household linen, stove and cylinder. These are just some of the gifts that the local Sassari police have given to families and communities in the area in recent days. At Comando, charity never stops and this allows us to anticipate Christmas for people who live in difficult situations. Thanks to the collaboration of individuals, and in particular a haberdashery that donated all unsold goods after the closing, and to the donations of the staff of via Carlo Felice, the church of Santa Maria di Pisa, through the parish priest and the perpetual know the situation of the neighborhood, the shelter in Viale Mameli that welcomes children in difficulty, as well as the community in San Giorgio, the hostel in Cappuccini and several families, both in the countryside and in the historic center, have received gifts.
In particular, one nucleus received a full bedroom and another family one a stove (both in the historic center), with the agents of the mobile station who have contributed to pay for the cylinder; two others in the field received blankets, duvets and house clothes. For all the beneficiaries, there were several quilts and blankets, which the Command considered more urgent given the period and the sharp drop in temperatures, while the rest of the goods were delivered according to the needs encountered. Where there are small children, bottles, breast pumps and bottle warmers, but also toys. Furniture, curtains and other fabrics, as well as clothing for adults and children.
The Local Police Command organizes among its employees, without interruption, throughout the year, collections of gifts to be distributed to the families of Sassari, through structures present in the area such as schools and parishes. The agents who work every day in contact with the people, in the city’s districts, not only carry out an activity aimed at guaranteeing security, but also observe, listen, stop to talk and dialogue. A way to capture, silently and with extreme tact, even the needs of those who may have needs and do not have the courage to ask for help.
In addition, some agents, in their free time, recover disused bicycles, disassemble and reassemble them, also buying new parts if necessary, thus creating functional and colorful bicycles, ready to be used by children in their leisure hours at leisure. fresh air. The bicycles come mainly from donations made by the agents of the entire Command but also from people who want to give them away but do not know how to do it.
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