Tulloch Homes has donated £500 to a new girl guiding unit that has recently opened in the Inshes area of Inverness.
1st Inshes Guides, which meets weekly at Inshes Primary School, started after the summer holidays with limited funding.
Tulloch Homes contributed with a £500 donation to support the small group of 10 to 14 year old girls.
Becca Gordon, Guide Leader, said: “We really could not be more delighted to receive this donation from Tulloch Homes.
“It will allow us to establish a Guide Unit offering places to over 20 local girls within the next 12 months, joining over 600,000 other GirlguidingUK members across the UK.
“The funds will be used to buy resources from the recently launched new programme, as well as other vital meeting resources. It will also allow us to keep termly fees lower, allowing accessibility to a wider audience. As a volunteer led organisation, opening a unit can be a daunting task and financial constraints can be a concern, this is one that we will not have to worry about. Thank you.”
Tulloch Homes Human Resources Director Lorna Cameron is delighted Tulloch Homes could help.
She said: “Groups such as 1st Inshes Guides are important for young people in the community and as the group was starting out with such limited funding, we were only too happy to help.”
Pictured here, clockwise from bottom left is Molly Jardine, Grace MacDonald, Freya Anderson, Guide leader Becca Gordon, Tulloch Homes web & marketing assistant Helen Robertson, Isla Mackenzie, Laura Leslie, Caitlin Mykoliw, Reanne Paul and Lucy Beauchamp.
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