More than 200 present-filled shoe boxes have been dropped off at Regus centres across Buckinghamshire and Berkshire.
The Broadway in Maidenhead, Bath Road and Stoke Road in Slough, Orchard Lea, Thames Street and Victoria Street in Windsor were among the centres which have supported this year's Operation Christmas Child appeal.
It involves filling shoe boxes with small toys, sweets and other gifts to send to children overseas in refugee camps, orphanages, homeless shelters and impoverished neighbourhoods.
John Spencer, CEO of Regus in the UK, said: "We would like to thank all the local businesses, schools, groups and individuals who brought in shoe boxes and made it a great success."
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