three groups split div­i­dend

Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser - - News -

Three groups are cel­e­brat­ing a share of a five-fig­ure dona­tion from staff and cus­tomers at Chapel­hall Co-op.

1 per cent of all gro­ceries sold at the vil­lage store over the past year has re­sulted in £15,779 be­ing raised.

These funds are be­ing split be­tween the Moira An­der­son Foun­da­tion, Elim Be­friend­ing Ser­vices and Deaf Ser­vices La­nark­shire.

Store man­ager Stephen Provan said: “Over the last year our cus­tomers have been do­nat­ing 1 per cent from the value of their gro­ceries when they swiped their Co-op mem­ber­ship cards through the tills.

“We held a cel­e­bra­tion event to bring all three of the won­der­ful causes ben­e­fit­ing from these funds to­gether to high­light the money raised. Ev­ery­one who came along was ap­pre­cia­tive of the do­na­tions re­ceived and thanked the Co-op for its sup­port.”

Staff, cus­tomers and rep­re­sen­ta­tives of the three or­gan­i­sa­tions are pic­tured at the store.

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