Kind-hearted staff at BHSF headquarters in Birmingham are helping less fortunate young and elderly people enjoy Christmas.
Gift boxes containing toiletries, food and entertainment items were being distributed by the national health insurer to a number of charities under the Birmingham in the Community programme.
This year the recipients were Looked After Children Services, who received toy boxes and teenage packs, and Age Concern Perry Barr, who received food hampers.
The BHSF boxes were organised and filled by Laura Freeman, Melanie Tavener and Sunita Mistry.
Peter Maskell, BHSF’s chief executive, said: “I’m extremely grateful for the care and commitment shown by staff in putting these boxes together. It is important to demonstrate through our Corporate Social Responsibility programme that we are thinking of people less fortunate than ourselves at this time of the year.”