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Charity cash boost is a real lifesaver
health and self-management for amputees and their families.
“Alongside that, to be affiliated with an organisation such as ScottishPower is a big stride forward in our mission to be providing opportunities of some kind to every amputee in Scotland.
“We’re looking forward to the partnership and every insight, opportunity and experience that comes with it.
“I’m certain that our work together will put smiles on many faces and, in some cases, save lives.”
Finding Your Feet is one of a number of charities that have secured a share of the ScottishPower Foundation’s £1.2m fund.
The foundation, which was established in 2013, has a track record of supporting charities that provide relief from disability and other disadvantages.
Melanie Hill, executive officer and trustee at the ScottishPower Foundation, said: “Once again, we were overwhelmed by the extraordinary work being delivered in our communities – day in and day out – and we’re very proud to support this year’s charities.
“The ScottishPower Foundation is committed to supporting projects that make a hugely positive impact on people’s lives and that’s what these organisations do in abundance.
“We know that throughout these challenging times, people are relying on the support of charities more than ever before, and with the help of the ScottishPower Foundation, this year’s projects can go further and make a difference for more people.”
The ScottishPower Foundation provides funding to help support the advancement of education, environmental protection, arts and culture and citizenship.
I’m certain that our work together will put smiles on many faces and, in some cases, save lives