Homebuilder, Miller Homes, celebrated Random Acts of Kindness Week by visiting local businesses and causes with pay-it-forward donations across the West of Scotland, including Sight Scotland Veterans in Paisley.
Striving to support local and recognising the importance these services play in supporting their communities, the Miller Homes Scotland West team visited Alison Gray, Deputy Centre Manager at Sight Scotland Veterans, with a £200 donation to help purchase new equipment for their Hawkhead Centre which assists blind and partially sighted ex-servicemen and women.
Deputy Centre Manager, Alison Gray was thrilled with the donation; she said: “We can’t thank Miller Homes enough for this unexpected donation. Sight Scotland Veterans supports veterans living with significant sight loss, and our support equips people to rediscover and maintain their independence and to improve their quality of life.
“We look forward to purchasing additional equipment that will help our veterans who attend the Hawkhead Centre.”
Louise Caldwell, Sales Director for Miller Homes Scotland West, said: “We wanted to share some positivity within our Paisley community, and what better way to do this than during Random Acts of Kindness Week.
“Our Hawkhead neighbourhood wouldn’t be the same without this fantastic local business, and it has been a pleasure to support Sight Scotland Veterans with our pay-it-forward donation.”
If you would like more information on Sight Scotland Veterans, visit www.sightscotland.org.uk.
If you would like more information on Miller Homes, visit www.millerhomes.co.uk.