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ICF Trustees Invited To Holyrood Garden Party

Two Inverclyde Community Fund Trustees were invited to the Holyrood Palace Garden Party.

CVS Inverclyde Chief executive Charlene Elliott and long-standing trustee of Inverclyde Community Fund, Susan Robinson, were thrilled to attend.

The two local third-sector leaders were invited in recognition of their contribution and dedication to Inverclyde’s communities through the organisations they have served over their lives.

Charlene said: “The Garden Party was a once-in-a-lifetime experience and it was incredible to attend the event alongside hundreds of people who have contributed to their communities in the most amazing ways."

Susan added: “Despite torrential rain, it was impossible to keep the smiles off our faces as we joined with such an honourable group of invited guests. Listening to the stories of people’s efforts and the difference that they had made was inspiring. It was a real honour.”

In her role, Charlene leads CVS Inverclyde to help support, strengthen, and represent local charities and volunteer groups.

Susan, who helped to develop the Inverclyde Community Fund, has helped raise hundreds of thousands of pounds for good causes in Inverclyde and is also a former CVS Inverclyde employee.

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