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Inverclyde Foodbank

2020 Renewables lends helping hand to Christmas Campaign

We were delighted to donate £545.50 to Inverclyde Foodbank, based in Port Glasgow, to contribute towards the Foodbank’s Christmas Hamper Appeal. 

The Greenock Elim Church teamed up with the Trussell Trust to set up the service last year for those living locally who have fallen on hard times and are struggling to feed their families. 

Phoebe Davidson, Project Developer, at 2020 Renewables said:

“The foodbank is a vital part of the community here in Inverclyde and I am glad we have been able to make a contribution this Christmas. I’d ask anyone who is able to do so here in Inverclyde to do the same.”

Elim church minister Fraser Donaldson commented:

“We are delighted that 2020 Renewables made a donation to Inverclyde Foodbank as there are so many families struggling at this time of year. The donation will be used to supply Christmas Hampers to families in Inverclyde who are in need.”

Photograph below - James Binnie, Junior Project Developer at 2020 Renewables, Fraser Donaldson, Elim Church Minister and Phoebe Davidson, Project Developer at 2020 Renewables.

 

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