LEIGH GRIFFITHS took some time out from building up his first team fitness to provide a helping hand to ‘Loaves and Fishes’. The Foodbank based out of East Kilbride who also helps feed the homeless as much as possible in Glasgow’s Oasis cafe were delighted to have Leigh on hand with Celtic launching their Christmas appeal.

The Celtic striker who regularly goes out his way for others was gracious enough to help out the organisation who benefits from the Celtic Christmas appeal.

The charitable roots of the club are engrained in many who pass through its doors – Leigh mentions Tommy Burns used to have direct dealings with the charity.

It’s only right and proper, Celtic continue to help feed the less fortunate Glasgow community and it’s our obligation as human beings to look out for each other.

Speaking to the CelticView, the humble Celtic star clearly understands the great work we can do together.

“Charitable giving is a massive part of the club’s identity and the fundraising through the Foundation’s Christmas Appeal in the past has helped a lot of charities.

“I know that Tommy Burns was here to provide a helping hand at this particular organisation in the past and it’s great to follow in his footsteps.

“It’s crucial that the supporters get behind the Christmas Appeal this year.

“The money raised in the past and donated to Loaves and Fishes helps put on an extra meal for those at a very difficult time of year.”


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