Stirling-based insulation manufacturer Superglass has lent a helping hand to an Alloa autism charity N-Courage, with a donation of over £600.
The donation of £665 worth of insulation will be installed at the community group’s new gymnasium facility for those with autism to empower themselves in fun and innovative ways through activities like martial arts.
The two pallets of Superglass Multi Roll and Timber Roll donated will be installed in the ceiling and stud walls of the gym, which when completed will also feature an office and a multi-function space.
Andy Murray, sales director at Superglass, said: “We have always been proud to support local causes such as N-Courage, who set out to make a positive impact in the community and provide new, innovative ways to help others.
“With winter looming, it’s important to us to make sure those using the gym can enjoy themselves in a warm and safe environment.
“It’s great to have been able to help N-Courage create their new facility and look forward to seeing the positive difference it makes on the lives of young people with autism.”
N-Courage director, John Miller, said: “We’ve been very fortunate to have had such fantastic support a number of local contractors and suppliers including Superglass.
“We’re grateful for all their support and we’re looking forward to helping to empower even more young people who live with autism.
“The facility is progressing well, and we now have all the walls, heating system, electrics and plumbing installed. Ventilation and ceiling installation will happen next week and then it’s on to painting and finishing. We aim to be finished mid-late October with our official opening early November.”
The donation was delivered to the new gym facility with the help of Stirling business Ultimate Insulation Supplies, who also provided their services free of charge.