Three local charities have again been helped by Asda Kirkton’s green token scheme.
Glenlaw House came out on top and received a cheque for £500 from the Asda Foundation.
Glenlaw House at Kings Cross Hospital cares for children and young people aged from two-18.
It provides a respite service to enable parents and carers to take a well-deserved rest.
The donation will allow the facility to improve its sensory garden for the benefit of the children and young people it supports.
Alison Lowe, a healthcare support worker at Glenlaw House, said: “It is amazing that we have been given this money from Asda.
“We always have so many ideas for things to do to improve the units and for new things to do with the children.
“It is great that we will be able to put this money towards Glenlaw and see what we can do with it.”
Runners-up in the green token scheme were local groups Uppertunity Dundee and Harlow’s Helping Hand which each received £200.
Paula Craick, a volunteer facilitator at Uppertunity, said the money would be well used at the group which offers skill development and social inclusion for vulnerable adults.
She added: “We are so happy to receive the £200 – every little bit of money helps us.
“We are hoping to use the money to buy art supplies for the group.”
Harlow’s Helping Hand was created to provide financial help for funeral or headstone costs to families which have lost a child.
The money from the green token scheme will allow the group to continue its work which eases some of the stress suffered by bereaved families.
Volunteer Billy McDermott was delighted to collect the £200 cheque.