Holiday Home Donation
Children in Poverty Inverclyde, the charity which helps bring a smile to the faces of local kids affected by poverty, has received they keys to a brand new holiday home courtesy of Argyll Holidays.
The new two-bedroom lodge at Argyll Holidays’ popular Hunters Quay Holiday Village will be used by the charity to provide free of charge active family holidays to those who need them but don’t have the funds to take the kids.
The holiday home was bought using a £35,000 donation made by Morrisons Foundation spearheaded by Sean McGowan, Morrisons Greenock general manager, after the supermarket put proceeds from its 5p carrier bag charge towards the project.
Argyll Holidays threw in a spacious wraparound decking to the lodge, creating a fabulous outdoor play space for visiting families.
Picture Caption: Children in Poverty Inverclyde founder Pat Burke (L) and Argyll Holiday’s Hunters Quay Holiday Village general manager David Dain (R) cut the ribbon to the new holiday home.