Thanks for a lovely week's holiday where the boys enjoyed the swimming pool and crazy cars.It was a much needed break for the family in what has been a very tough year.It was a gesture of kindness that we shall not forget and wish your charity continued success in the amazing work that it does'.
- Mrs D.Gourock, 25 June 2016
'The family had a holiday which otherwise they could not afford. It gave them something positive to look forward to which they needed as they have had a very difficult. They loved the new holiday home, change of scenery and the many activities on offer especially the swimming pool.The referral process was simplified and did not embarrass the family in delving too much about their desperate financial circumstances. Your charity demonstrates wonderful compassion in these challenging times'.
- Head teacher, Primary school,Greenock, 1st July 2016
'The family had a marvellous time enjoying the superb leisure facilities. Indeed, this was their first holiday for 3 years.I was impressed by the charity's organisation and complete thoroughness;it certainly fills a real gap in our community with these holiday trips for families experiencing difficult times'.
- Willie Wilson,Manager,Branchton Community Centre,Greenock, 24 August 2016.
'My family Had the pleasure off staying in this caravan from the 4th till 8th July, beautiful spacious clean caravan, children had a ball, loved the swimming pool and my oldest child had archery, wall climb, water walker and snorkelling and scuba scooter lessons thanks to the generosity off this project. Our holiday has been very much appreciated and we all had a ball as a family unit, where my children were stimulated and energised.'
- Susan McGrory, 9 July 2016
The Rotary Club of Gourock induct our charity into the Paul Harris Fellowship,the Rotary's most prestigious award
Argyll Holiday Homes hands over home to Charity Children in Poverty Inverclyde. Fiona Kelly from Argyll Homes, Pat Burke,Seumus Lamb, Joe McAllister from the charity, Provost Moran and Sean McGowan from Morrisons with invited guests at the opening ceremony on 30 March.
Children in Poverty Inverclyde founder Pat Burke, Morrison's Greenock store manager Sean McGowan and Argyll Holidays Hunters Quay Holiday Village general manager David Dain cut the ribbon to the new holiday home.
Morrisons Greenock General Manager Sean McGowan presents a magnificent donation cheque of £35000 from the Morrisons Foundation that shall fund the purchase of a holiday home at Hunters Quay Holiday Village.