Glenbrae Nursery staff show their delight at toys donation for 20 children. In total, 70 children across Inverclyde Nurseries & Womens Aid Greenock received toys donations. 16 December 2015
Old Gourock and Ashton Church Minister David Burt with Diane Gillan and children from Messy Church donate their wonderful toys collection. 13 December 2015
Local nursery children show their appreciation to the Morrisons Foundation for their magnificent donation of £35000 to purchase our own holiday home. 11 December 2015
Manager Thomas Molloy and his team at Gourock Athletic FC hand over large collection of toys for distribution. 10 December 2015
120 children from local nurseries were our guests at Santa's Grotto & Carnival at Cardwell Nurseries and had a wonderful time meeting Santa and on fun rides. All received a present and we thank Cardwell Nurseries for arranging goodie bags. 4 December 2015
A real pleasure to attend Greenock Golf Club on Saturday evening to accept a cheque for £1500 that members & guests raised from the Club's 37th Tri-Am event.
The annual Gourock YAC U16s Boys v Old Crocks match raised the staggering total of £600. This was a superb effort by coaches, players & parents and our charity extends our gratitude and appreciation for such a wonderful donation.
Along with the Mariners Home and Erskine Hospital we were the recipients of £1500 from the Lodge's Annual Charity grants locally. A wonderful donation and very gratefully received and we commend Lodge Greenock Kilwinning XII on their extremely valuable support and caring to local charities.
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.