Three Lossie charities benefit from Alex Lauriston Garage Doors donation – Northern Scot
THREE Lossiemouth charities have benefited from a beneficiant donation from An space enterprise.
Alex Lauriston Storage Doorways donated £1000 to be Chop up between Outfit Moray, Ladybird Group and Lossie 2-3 Group.
Three native charities in Lossiemouth acquire a share of £1000 from Alex Lauriston Storage Doorways. From left; Emma, Alex and Sadie Lauriston, Louise McBride and Kirsty Middleton (Lossiemouth 2-3 Group), Karen Cox (Outfit Moray) and Ann Ingram (The Ladybird Group). Picture: Daniel Forsyth
The enterprise typically donates a door yrly, however this yr decided to donate money to charities Which have been notably badly affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Proprietor Alex Lauriston said: “We decided To current The money to charities Which have been hit by Covid.
“We requested people on-line To inform us their favourite Moray charities and these three have been The most properly-respectd.
“We decided To separate the £1000 between them. The charities are grateful and say They will do Tons with the Sum Of money.”
The three charities have been joyful to acquire their share of £1000.
Karen Cox of Outfit Moray said: “We’re utterly delighted and massively grateful to Alex for hMight be very beneficiant donation.
“We On A daily basis respect assist from native companies and donations like this are very important To assist us proceed our work delivering life-altering outdoors studying and journey actions for youthful people in Moray, notably People who are weak or disadvantaged.”
Ladybird Group administrator Ann Ingram said: “We’re terribly grateful for this assist as our funds have suffered Tons As a Outcome of of pandemic.
“We rely very a lot on public assist To maintain working and Alex’s typeness and generosity Might be very a lot respectd.”
Lossie 2-3 Group supervisor Louise McBride added: “We want to thank Alex for his type donation to The Lossie 2-3 group, This will go a Good distance in the direction of our on going group tasks”