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To keep a Shopper-Aide vehicle on the road delivering shopping and making runs to Elderberries costs £50 per week.
The headache of finding that money for the charity’s car named Cherryaide is over, for one year, after The Rotary Club of Campbeltown agreed a vehicle sponsorship package of £2,600.
Shopper-Aide project manager Joan Stewart said: ‘We are looking for sponsorship for the two other cars Blueberry and Sapphire and the van called Snowball.
‘We help people throughout Kintyre from Clachan to Southend.’
The Rotary Club of Campbeltown president John McDowall hands the first tranche of money to Shopper-Aide project manager Joan Stewart. NO_c49shopper-aide01_cheque