Cumbria O&M Services have added three more names to their list of local organisations to become beneficiaries of their socio-economic policy.
Age UK, West Cumbria, St Bees Lifeboat Station and the Great North Air Ambulance each received £500 towards their respective causes.
COMS directors and personnel, each year, select a number of local charities and youth organisations to share in their success. Having previously sponsored Bransty Rangers U12 youth football team COMS selected the 3 additional local organisations to benefit during 2016.
Pets Leigh of Age UK, West Cumbria commented:
On behalf of the Rotary clubs of Whitehaven and Whitehaven Castle, Lions, Soroptimists and Age UK West Cumbria I would like to thank you so very much for your most generous donation towards the Christmas Day lunch.
Glynis Taylor on behalf of the Great North Air Ambulance Service commented:
Thank you for choosing to support us with your recent donation. Last year, we flew 869 missions across our region We were there when those people needed us most. To enable us to continue to provide this service, we must raise £4.5m every year. Your donation of £500 will help toward the continued funding of life saving services.
Colin Wadey of St Bees Lifeboat Station commented:
Thank you very much for your kind donation of £500. Generous donation like yours really help our volunteers maintain our lifeboat and make sure we have the best lifesaving equipment available, this all helps in our aim to reduce preventable loss of life at sea.