Local company ATL Turbine Services has supported the Dundee Foodbank this week with a donation of foodstuffs and cash. Ken Linton, Dundee Foodbank Manager explained, “This can be a tough time of year for many families but the combined effects of Christmas pressures and the coronavirus pandemic, which has led to so many people losing their jobs, makes it even harder than usual. The ATL team has collected an assortment of food stuffs that will go a long way to help those who need it and I’d also like to thank them for their £500 donation on top of that which will allow us to help even more families.”
Elena Hamilton, ATL Customer Service Manager commented, “It’s great to be able to support a local charity doing such good work in our community. The work that the foodbank volunteers do is fantastic and we’ve been delighted to be able to do a bit to contribute.”
The Dundee Foodbank is looking for donations in the run up to Christmas and beyond. They have sites at Dunsinane Avenue and Albert Street with opening times available on their website dundee.foodbank.org.uk
Pictured is Elena Hamilton, passing a suitably distanced cheque, to Ken Linton.