Kingdom and Campion spread festive cheer during 12 Days of Giving campaign
Kingdom Housing Association and Campion Homes have spread some extra festive cheer this year as they give back to the local communities surrounding their developments.
In the run-up to Christmas, staff from Kingdom and Campion delivered selection boxes to Torryburn Primary School, Cardenden Primary School and Guardbridge Primary School. Donations of £300 each were also made to Glenrothes Foodbank, Alloa Foodbank and Inverkeithing Pantry.
The joint donations will help families in need during the festive season and are part of Kingdom’s wider community benefit commitment supporting local communities where new homes are being developed.
Julie Watson, head of capital investment at Kingdom, said: “The work being done by foodbanks is vital throughout the year. At Christmas when there can be extra financial pressures, the services they provide to the community are even more important. At Kingdom our mission is to provide more than a home and our commitment to working with local communities reflects that. We’re proud to be be part of Campion’s 12 Days of Christmas campaign and know that our joint donation will be put to great use and make a real difference.”
Dougie Herd, joint managing director, Campion Homes, added: “We are once again very pleased to be working in partnership with Kingdom to donate to many worthy causes. We all hope the contributions help to bring some festive cheer to the communities involved.”