Source: thecourier.co.uk | by Claire Warrender
Dunfermline folk raised an incredible £40,000 for last year’s Scottish Poppy Appeal.
There had been fears the Covid-19 pandemic would have a catastrophic effect on fundraising, with scores of volunteers having to stay at home and many of the usual poppy outlets closed.
However despite the challenges, the sum raised was only marginally down on the previous year’s total.
Led by area organiser Christine Evans, the appeal had incredible support from across the community.
The Edinburgh and Fife branch of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community helped with supermarket collections for the first time…. continue reading at thecourier.co.uk