North East UK news Jamie Reuben vows to keep on supporting the Newcastle West End Foodbank MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - Jamie Reuben took to social media to show support for the charity
Breaking News ! Jamie Reuben has vowed to keep on supporting the Newcastle West End Foodbank after it emerged his family's business financially backed the charity during the COVID-19 lockdown. Chronicle Live revealed that the Reubens had made substantial weekly donations to the charity - which also runs a drop off point outside of St James' Park on match-days. Read More Related Articles Revealed: PiF's next move and the third party looking at Newcastle United Read More Related Articles Amanda Staveley left 'heartbroken' as Newcastle United takeover breaks down The total value of donations amounted £36,000 over a six week period, and while those at the foodbank took to social media to show gratitude to Jamie and his family, the 33-year-old rejected the thanks and instead praised the efforts of the charity.
." The Reuben business owns Newcastle racecourse as well as other ventures in the city - and were set to have a stake in Newcastle United should the Saud backed takeover of the club gone through. As the takeover was called off - a joint statement released by the group which also included Amanda Staveley - noted the intentions to work and support the community.
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