Melville makes £4,500 festive donation to good causes

Wednesday December 21st 2022


Pictured (left to right) Jane Burnett of Melville, Karen Soar and Ann Stewart Kmicha (both Woodburn Pantry), Sharon Hill of Mayfield Pantry, David Meldrum of Newbattle Storehouse, Les Dalglish Penicuik Foodbank and Kirsten Dean of Melville.

Written by Midlothian View Reporter, Luke Jackson

With times tough as the country battles the ongoing cost of living crisis, Dalkeith-based Melville Housing Association has made festive donations totalling £4,500 to organisations that help struggling households.

Eight organisations, spread across Midlothian and beyond, have each received cheques to help with their work tackling poverty over the busy festive period; they are:

– Aberlour Child Care Trust

– Clydesdale Foodbank

– Edinburgh and Lothian Trust Fund (ELTF)

– Mayfield Pantry

– Midlothian Foodbank

– Newbattle Storehouse

– Penicuik Foodbank

– Woodburn Pantry

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