Hillcrest staff members have brought more than just good tidings to Tayside Children’s Hospital at Ninewells, donating selection boxes and gifts. The staff from Hillcrest’s Tom Johnstone Road office in Dundee donated the gifts, aiming to bring some Christmas cheer to the young patients.
Clare McNally (left) and Robyn Rae from Hillcrest Hillcrest has teamed up with charity Togs for Tots to Teens to donate a sleigh-load of gifts to children suffering poverty in Dundee.
Plans have been submitted for a block of flats at Dundee’s City Quay which will have an affordable housing element managed by Hillcrest Housing Association. Victoria Dock (Dundee) Ltd (VDDL), which is headed up by various individual developers, wants to build 122 apartments in two separate blocks,
A number of Dundee not-for-profit organisations with support from the business community have thrown a cracker of a Christmas party for over 100 older people at risk of isolation this Christmas. The party was organised as part of the Helping Older People Engage (HOPE) programme, and involved not-for
Alastair Gardiner, head of service at Gowrie Care, Joy Dunlop, managing director at Gowrie Care and Joe FitzPatrick MSP Public health minister Joe FitzPatrick MSP launched the national strategy for preventing and reducing drug and alcohol-related harm at an event held in Gowrie Care’s Cairn Centre
(from left) back: Joy Watson, Hillcrest tenancy services manager; John Cairney, Fairfield project officer; Alison Mackenzie, community sport hub officer; front: Diaré Drammeh and Fatima Ramzan, both project workers with Dundee International Women’s Centre Three Scottish charities working hard to
Gillian Soutar, Hillcrest tenancy sustainment officer An event aiming to put money matters firmly on the tip of the tongue and get people talking was held in Arbroath last week, organised by the Angus Financial Inclusion Partnership.
Hillcrest Housing Association has become the latest organisation to sign the UK Armed Forces Covenant – a commitment to support the Armed Forces community wherever and whenever it can. The Dundee-based association joins more than 3000 UK organisations to have now signed the Covenant.
Joy Dunlop, managing director at Gowrie Care (left) and Clare McNally, fundraising & grants officer at Hillcrest Group A Dundee-based charitable group has distributed over £700k of funding to set up services and projects that benefit people and communities across Scotland.
Hillcrest Group chairperson Alan Russell with Gemma Macgregor and Euan Hird, both of HEAT An energy advice team that aims to reduce fuel poverty and keep housing association tenants warm over winter were delighted to scoop a top industry award.
A group of Dundee and Angus College construction students recently had the opportunity to see a development in action, with a site visit to Hillcrest’s Eliza Street construction project. The students were from the NPA Award in Construction (Multi-Trade) class, which teaches skills in a range of tr
Staff were treated to a talk by Safety Camera Scotland Staff from across Hillcrest Group gathered at its Dundee HQ last week to take part in a number of health and safety themed activities.
(from left) Iona Summerton, Gowrie Care project worker; Stewart MacKay, Gowrie Care client; Douglas Knight, Gowrie Care client; Terri Coutts, Gowrie Care client; Amy Browne, Lead Scotland learning coordinator; Janet McBean, Gowrie Care client and Niamh Kelly, Gowrie Care project worker Five Dundonia
(from left) Paul Cox, Gowrie Care service user; Karen MacKinnon, Maggie’s Dundee cancer support specialist; Tom Fotheringham, Gowrie Care service user and Michael McGuire, Gowrie Care support worker Two Gowrie Care services recently held a coffee morning in Dundee to raise over £200 for Maggie’
(from left) Tom Young, HMS operations manager; Ross Grant, HMS joiner; Jackson Couper, HMS joiner and Bob Jack, HMS operations manager Two young apprentices have secured full time employment with Hillcrest Maintenance Services (HMS) after completing modern apprenticeships.