Access Ramp donated to East Lothian Food Bank
As part of our successful 30 for 30 Campaign, this month saw Had Fab donate a much needed access ramp to the East Lothian food bank to help those using the facility – and with mobility issues – to access it easily.
Located in Tranent the foodbank provides much needed support to the local community helping individuals and families struggling to buy food with the everyday essentials to eat and look after their wellbeing. In 2022 alone the foodbank has helped 4,702 households, 11,373 people and 4,286 children with much needed support.
The small access ramp – painted to prevent slippage – was donated by Had Fab as part of our 30 for 30 campaign, celebrating 30 successful years in business and which focuses each month on donating to a local charity or community initiative. The donations are designed to support people and organisations to enable them to access opportunities they might otherwise not be able to.
To date, donations have included food packages to the East Lothian Foodbank, bunches of flowers to the Haddington Care Home, Easter eggs to the Royal Hospital for Children and Young People and, more recently, the sponsorship of a local dance school to compete at the Scottish Highlands and Islands festival, celebrating traditional arts and culture.
Speaking about the donation of the access ramp, Lisa from Tranent Food Bank said: “We are extremely grateful and would like to thank everyone for the offer of donating the ramp.”
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