Continuing our help the Homeless Project, this week in Glasgow. A big Shout out to the Kindness in Homelessness Group, who have been serving Glasgows Homeless community throughout this pandemic. With our Donations we are together and contribute to this cause, Stirling Aid continues to support the homeless and all those in need throughout the […]
Marie-Anne McAllister from Cambusbarron Relief group here today to pick up PPE for here amazing staff helping with simple but much needed things like Phone calls to the lonely, shopping for those unable to, and soup and sandwiches everyday. Stirling Aid were happy to help.
Having Distributed PPE to Falkirk and Grangemouth Carers over the last couple of weeks, we headed North and delivered PPE and much needed aid to Carehomes around Perthshire.
An Absolutely amazing contribution to our appeal, as two vehicles have been loaned to Stirling Aid, by Active Stirling and Stirling Council – So that we can pick up and distribute good to areas of need during this COVID19 appeal. As previously stated, Stirling Aid Volunteers have traveled all the way to Birmingham in […]
Keep up the great work, Stuart Miller collected visors to cover volunteers and drivers. Amazing people who keep busy helping to cook and deliver.. A vital lifeline
Flora from Broom Court Care Home in Stirling came to pick up the much needed Masks, Visors, Aprons and Disposable gloves for use by the 60 Carers that help their residents. Not only that we will be donating to the SAMH Care home in Whins of Milton 6 Visors, 50 Masks, 100 Pairs of […]
We are so proud and overwhelmed by the generosity and creativity of the community of Stirling and Clackmannanshire. 💙 As we know PPE is essential and important to stop the spread of COVID19 as it is a droplet transmitted disease! Any donations of masks, gloves etc are greatly appreciated so that we can distribute to […]
Pam Campbell, Senior Community Link Officer, Community Engagement Team, Stirling Council, comes to pick up 200 donated masks to help the key workers of the Stirling and wider community keep safe during the Pandemic