Two city firms have teamed up to help out Dundee Foodbank by donating a van and maintenance.
As part of Caltech Lifts’ 40th birthday celebrations, the company donated a new van to the charity, having previously loaned the organisation a vehicle free of charge.
Murdo Macintosh, owner of MM Auto Services, has agreed to service the van and carry out all future servicing and MoTs free of charge.
Foodbank co-ordinator Michael Calder said: “We’re very grateful to Andrew and Caltech Lifts for the donation of this van and to Murdo for the future maintenance.
“Lending us a van since June saved us £5,250 and allowed us to continue our work as Scotland’s busiest Trussell Trust foodbank – distributing 80 tonnes of food a year to people in desperate need.
“Caltech’s van will keep our essential service going.”
Picture shows Caltech Lifts founder Howard Renwick (third right) handing over the keys for the van to Dundee Foodbank warehouse co-ordinator Michael Calder, watched by (from left) Murdo Macintosh, Andrew Renwick and Fraser Renwick.