David Gandy has this week been pictured giving his time to help refurbish a run down classroom at a charity in North London, following the launch of the M&S Spark Something Good campaign - a new initiative aimed to inspire those in the UK to donate their time to their local community.
As just one of 24 charity projects to be completed in 24 hours with the help of hundreds of volunteers, the campaign is proving just how much positive community change can be made by taking even small actions.
Speaking about helping out at the Achievement for All Charity, David said: "I wouldn't consider myself a handy man but I'd say I'm good with a paint brush, I've recently refurbished my house so going to the school to do up the classroom was great for me."
The school he was working at is the Maria Fidelis School on North Gower Street in London. Check out more pictures from David's time refurbishing the classroom below.
by Daniel Falconer for www.femalefirst.co.uk
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