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Mar

Hillcrest receives £310K to support vulnerable people through pandemic

Hillcrest has successfully secured £310,380 from a range of donors to support people and communities in Scotland who have been most affected by the pandemic. The funds have enabled Hillcrest to scale up the services they currently deliver to help vulnerable people face challenges brought on by COVID-19. This includes low income families, people with learning disabilities, isolated older people and individuals in recovery from substance use. Clare McNally, Hillcrest’s…
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