Super day at charity fundraiser
Asda Toryglen enjoyed two days of fundraising in-store to support Cash For Kids.
On Friday, May 5, Orchard Grove Kindergarten and Little Pets Playgroup entertained the customers by performing songs and poems while dressed as superheroes.
Staff at the store were encouraged to dress up for the event and Cash For Kids t-shirts were on big demand.
Then, on Saturday, May 6, the 1st Bankhead Guides gave up their time to bag pack for Cash For Kids.
Later in the afternoon the customers were entertained by 16-year-old Matthew Gibb from King’s Park.
Cash for Kids raises money yearround for children across Glasgow and the west.
Every penny raised in the west of Scotland stays here, so you can be sure that your support will directly benefit a local child, with 100 per cent of every pound donated going back into the community Over the two days £765 was raised. Elizabeth Arbuckle, community champion at Asda Toryglen, said: “I would like to thank our customers who are always so generous and so supportive.
“I also want to thank everyone who helped on the day to make this event a great success.”
Bat’ll do nicely Orchard Grove Kindergarten teachers Sheilia Andeson and Joanne Gibson with Lia Dunnachie and Victoria Idowu-Lade
Wonder women From left Nuala Clark, Amber Hobbs, Aoife McLean and Freya McKeown from Little Orchard Grove Kindergarten
Guitar hero Singer Matthew Gibb, 16, from King’s Park, entertained the crowds
Best pals Maggie Cluer and Jackie Bowie helped spread the word with their t-shirts
Mask Laura Szafranek (left) and Mary Grimmond who are colleagues at the store
Helping outAoife McLean and Amber Hobbs were happy to help
Superheroes Liz Arubckle with kids from Little Pets Playgroup