The Salvation Army in Falkirk was given help in its quest to feed up to 50 people each day by Keith Wilson and Oilfast, who made a joint £200 contribution to the organisation.
After winning Oilfast’s Christmas prize draw for £100 worth of butchery vouchers from Hugh Black and Sons in Bathgate, Keith opted to instead pass the gift on to those in need. Graeme Edment, Oilfast marketing executive, said: ”Keith advised us he wanted to donate the vouchers on his behalf with a desire for it to go to a homeless charity. As we think that Keith’s donation is selfless and an amazing act of kindness, we have pledged to double the donation to £200 to help the Salvation Army.”
To learn more about the area’s Salvation Army service, email [email protected] or call 01324 627 425.