The Scottish Government will double the cash it gives to a charity that helps those struggling to pay for food in the run-up to Brexit. Communities Secretary Aileen Campbell announced an additional £500,000 was being made available to the charity FareShare, which works across the UK to redistribute surplus food to needy and vulnerable people. She said ministers were making the extra funding available in part to “insure ourselves against the economic damage of a possible exit
Communities secretary Aileen Campbell announced an extra £500,000 was being made available to the charity FareShare, which works across the UK to redistribute surplus food to needy and vulnerable people. She said ministers were making the extra funding available in part to “insure ourselves against the economic damage of a possible exit from the EU”. Ms Campbell said: “It is shocking that we have to do so, but the deal proposed by the UK Government would make people poorer an
Today our good friends from FareShare and the Cabinet Secretary for communities Aileen Campbell Came to Visit. This visit was to show how we work with FareShare to redistribute food back into the community This is the food that we collect from FareShare this is fresh food that would've been thrown out, but thanks to our work with FareShare we get to put this food to good use and give it to people who need it. During the conversation with Aileen Campbell she spoke to our staff
The Crookston Community Group would like to thank the Boy's Brigade and Girl Guiding for their hard work in raising this money to help the less fortunate. Here at the CCG we know the value of bringing youths together and giving them opportunities to grow and develop this why it is so important that we keep nurturing the next generation. We are so Greatful for this donation and would like to again thank Rhona Boyle for the amazing job she dose.
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Today we took 70 Children to the king's theatre to go see the tale of Aladdin with a Glaswegian twist. The Volunteers and children had an amazing time laughing, shouting and singing along. We would like to give a massive thanks to the King's Theatre for this amazing experience. This magical day was funded by "cash for kids" this amazing organisation bring's smiles to thousands of children every year and it is a pleasure to be working with them to help improve the lives of the
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