Early Years Scotland secures a funding boost from Taylor Wimpey West Scotland
Early Years Scotland’s play and learning sessions for local children and families at the Tannahill Centre in Paisley have received a welcome boost with a donation of £1,000 from Taylor Wimpey West Scotland’s staff charities committee.
Commenting on the support from Taylor Wimpey West Scotland, Gary Lindsay, Fundraising Manager for Early Years Scotland said: “On behalf of the families who reach out to us for support, we would like to thank Taylor Wimpey West Scotland’s staff and charities committee for their generous donation of £1000. This is a much-welcomed boost that will contribute towards delivering a range of activities within our programme at the Tannahill Centre in Paisley.”
Lynsey Cooper, representative from Taylor Wimpey West Scotland’s charity committee adds: “We are delighted to be able to support Early Years Scotland and the incredible range of activities that it provides to young families in Paisley.
“Being able to show our support for local community groups where many of our staff live means a great deal to us, and we are very proud that our donation will go on to provide lots of fun and enjoyment for lots of families in the Paisley area. Working with local groups and charities is so important to us.”
Pictured left to right are Early Years Scotland’s Fundraising Manager, Gary Lindsay; Lynsey Cooper of Taylor Wimpey West Scotland; and our Early Years Practitioner Sarah Jane McKIllop.