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Sunday, 07 December 2014 00:00

Visiting Santa and his Grotto at Cardwell Garden Centre

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Thank you for your visit and generosity. We have many families who have appreciated the help and we know this will make a difference to their Christmas.
Wednesday, 03 December 2014 00:00

Clothing donations from Tesco Port Glasgow Team Leader

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Clothing donations from Tesco Port Glasgow Team Leader

Wednesday, 03 December 2014 00:00

Hillend Childrens Centre Head Lesley O'Hagan

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Hillend Childrens Centre Head Lesley O'Hagan

Wednesday, 03 December 2014 00:00

Glenbrae Children Nursery Head Moira Gray & staff

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Glenbrae Children Nursery Head Moira Gray & staff

The link between activities and purpose is simply that no child in our community must feel marginalised because of the impact of poverty. Children from poor families will, as a consequence of our organisation's purpose and activities, feel valued and be empowered to participate - on an equal footing - with their more affluent peers, in all opportunities available to Inverclyde's children. This website will help educate and promote Children in Poverty Inverclyde.

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Children in Poverty Inverclyde is registered as a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation under the Charities and Trustee (Scotland) Act 2005.

Our charity number is SC044563.


Contact:
Pat Burke (Chairman)

Address:
17 Langhouse Place
Inverkip
PA16 0EW

Info@childreninpovertyinverclyde.org.uk
01475 521808
07801 472081

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