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1 June 2020

Stevenson Pays Tribute to 'Outstanding' Volunteers in the North-East

Local MSP Stewart Stevenson has paid tribute to volunteers who have helped the NHS and local communities in the North-east as Volunteers’ Week (1-7 June) kicks off.

Volunteers’ Week is an annual celebration of the contribution and work of millions of volunteers who give up their time to help others.

During this pandemic, volunteers have signed up to help in record numbers through the Scotland Cares initiative – over 53,000 in one month – joining the thousands of people who were already helping, either with one of Scotland’s many voluntary and community sector groups or informally with neighbours.

The Banffshire and Buchan Coast MSP said:

“Volunteers’ Week gives us a chance to celebrate the outstanding contributions of volunteers in the North-east who have offered an immense amount of support to their local areas.

“I know what a huge debt of gratitude we owe to the amazing volunteers working so hard in all of our communities to help us deal with the many consequences of the coronavirus, and it’s more important than ever to show our appreciation.

“I want to celebrate and mark the fantastic work of all our local volunteers who I know have worked tirelessly and have been dedicated to helping the NHS and their local communities during the Covid-19 pandemic.

“I am sure I speak for everyone in North-east when I say thank you for all you do to ensure everyone gets the help and support they need."

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