The Scottish Football Association


Lanarkshire Referees make charitable donation to Hamilton Drop In Centre

Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Lanarkshire Referees’ Association has delivered donations of food made by members to the Hamilton Churches Drop In Centre in Hamilton. The food collected was delivered on Monday by Jim McCunnie and Scott Jamieson.


The Centre’s Jill Cunningham said “The food donations are very gratefully received. They will go a long way to making the lives of the homeless a little more bearable, particularly at this time of the year”.

The Centre helps and supports lonely, disadvantaged and vulnerable people by providing a warm, friendly welcome every evening with a three course meal. It offers washing and drying facilities for clothes, free clothing, shower and toilet facilities, access to health care, a podiatrist, housing and guidance on returning to work.

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