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Radio Clyde Cash For Kids operates across 21 areas of the UK, offering aid to sick, disabled and underprivileged children, and young people who are suffering from abuse or neglect.
At the end of 2014 the children’s charity launched its Mission Christmas campaign, where radio listeners donate new and unwrapped gifts for disadvantaged children across the UK to brighten their Christmas morning. In 2013, Mission Christmas distributed over £6.9 million in gifts and cash and helped hundreds of thousands of children across the UK.
David Cooper at Arnold Clark said: ‘We’re proud to be able to support such a wonderful charity, which really makes a difference to disadvantaged children in the UK.
‘It’s a worthwhile cause that we are happy to be a part of. Mission Christmas has already been a great success this year, and everyone at Radio Clyde Cash For Kids is dedicated to offering continued aid to those who need it most.’
2014 was a hugely successful year for the charity, with a total of almost £1.4 million raised through donations. However the charity states there is still significant work to be done in 2015. Radio Clyde Cash for Kids has reported an increase of 12% in requests for support to aid child food poverty.
Thousands of children across the country are without access to regular, nutritional meals and simple items such as a warm coat and a pair of gloves; items the majority of us take for granted. Grants like the recent donation from Arnold Clark, are the only way the crucial work done by Radio Clyde Cash for Kids can continue and the cycle of poverty can be broken.
Debbie Fraser, Regional Charity Manager for Radio Clyde Cash for Kids said: ‘We made over 31,500 financial awards to projects supporting more than 105,000 vulnerable and disabled children in Glasgow and the west of Scotland during 2014 and this wonderful gesture from everyone at Arnold Clark will have such a positive impact on our work. Thank you so much.’
Looking forward to the New Year, the children’s charity has plenty of pioneering projects in the works including The Centre for Under Fives’ ‘Toys on the Road’; a dedicated mobile toy library that visits children with special needs on a monthly basis with specialist toys and play equipment.
All donations that are received by Radio Clyde Cash for Kids remain in the area they were received in, helping local children. Due to Arnold Clark’s location, the donation made was spent in the Glasgow area to bring hope and happiness to the children in the city who need it most.
For more information on how you can donate visit the Radio Clyde Cash for Kids website: www.clydecashforkids.com.