Many thanks to Fareshare and Tesco’s for the food availability.
Special Mention to Tryst Road Team in Cumbernauld. They have ran up Ben Nevis to help raise funds that was spent on in store items to give to Charity.
Many Thanks to our partner organisations to make it easy to distribute food, that Includes the Caretakers at Glasgow Housing Association- now Called Wheatley Care.
Many Thanks to the Volunteers who were relentless in Helping the Charity
Stirling Council’s Stuart Oliver and Active Stirling Andrew Bain for loaning us vehicles whilst we on mission to get PPE and Collect and Dispense foods !
Kirril For 3d Printing these Amazing PPE Face Visors
Hannah , Grace and Ladies of Dunblane Rising for making the most awesome designer Masks!
Saica Packaging once again for the Boxes for the Appeal
Waitrose Stirling Mr Duffy , Amanda and Team of Mr Sharp ! So much food and Sanitizer!
Nisa Stores Fallin and Cowie for donating Pallet loads of food!
Our Benefactor in Birmingham who wishes to remain anonymous who filled up a car full of PPE! Thank you from Stirling!
Active Stirling and Stirling Council for helping us with cars and even drivers on critical days to get PPE and distribute food
Butterflies Rising in Dunblane who stitched up Masks,
Big shout out to the lady in Stirling who did the same!
Stirling & Bridge of Allan Round Table
Sunrise Africa Appeal who have been with us all the way!
Islamic Centre Stirling , for premises support and fellow Muslim community who have donated and volunteered relentlessly.
Salvation Army, Stirling ,
Pakistan Flood Appeal:
Glasgow Airport Cargo
MTS Recovery Stirlingshire
Very Generous Donations from Fintry
Fintry Inn, Fintry Sports, Fintry Primary School , Fintry Kirk
Saica Packaging Grangemouth- Cardboard Box Manufacturers – Ronnie the Manager, Craig and Jim ! They make bespoke cardboard boxes all. Thank you so much.
Very Generous – Big Hearted Stirling Community
Cant Thank Dundee Enough!!!!
Firefighters in Dundee have donated some of their used and unneeded protective gear to help the emergency services in Gaza. The fireproof overclothes will form part of a convoy of practical aid bound for the Middle East next week. Pictured at Blackness Road fire station.
From left-Blue Watch firefighters Keith MacFarlane, Brian Leonard, lan MacDonald, Ryan Boyd, Tommy Reilly, Steve Maich, Gary Burrel and watch manager Steve Low look on as Fire Brigades Union branch secretary Jim Malone presents the gear to Zahir Haider of Stirling Aid.