|Tommy Roberts, HomeAid's volunteer in Kinlochbervie, celebrated his 70th birthday last month and is pictured here with HomeAid's warehouse manager, Fraser Newhouse, and general manager, Michele Whibley.|
Tommy has been an active HomeAid volunteer for several years and has raised almost £2000. He celebrated in style with a splendid lunch served up by the Kinlochbervie Hotel.
He particularly wanted to thank the residents of Kinlochbervie, Scourie, and the other surrounding settlements for their continued support for HomeAid.
|HomeAid exists to provide essential household furniture and electrical items to people in Caithness and Sutherland who are struggling to survive on a low income and would not be able to furnish their home or replace items without assistance.|
They will pick up your surplus household goods direct from your home and either pass them onto families and individuals in the counties struggling to live on a low income, or sell them in one of our charity shops to raise funds.