Staff and Children at East Park , Maryhill Road in Glasgow were absolutely thrilled to receive a brand new mini bus donated by Children's Aid.
East Park has provided education and supported accommodation services to children and young people with additional support needs including autism since 1874. All their services focus on the needs of young people and are provided in a way that encourages partnership with the child and family.
The fantastic new mini bus provides seating for 8 people plus wheelchair access. This will make a huge difference to the lives of many young people at East Park. They can now enjoy additional activities and days out with friends and family.
Some senior staff and children attended along with Children's Aid committee members David Jaffe (joint chairman) , Tom Cromar (trustee) and Gerard Minster. Everyone was delighted with the new mini bus and the staff and children could not be more thankful to Childrens Aid for this wonderful donation.
David Jaffe stated " Children's Aid are delighted to support East Park with this fantastic mini bus. This is one of many projects we have supported throughout this year and many previous years. After another successful year of fundraising our committee will continue to provide funds for similar major projects throughout Scotland. We hope East Park have many years of pleasure from their new mini bus "