It’s within Lauder businessman’s gift to play Santa

A big-hearted Borders businessman has donated £500 worth of gifts to the Radio Borders Cash for Kids Mission Christmas appeal.The charity aims to fulfil 1,653 applications for presents to give to underprivileged local children this year.Managing director of Saltire Roofing & Building, Steven McIntosh, from Lauder, said: “We hope these gifts will bring happiness to lots of local children so that no child wakes up without a present on Christmas morning.”Cash for Kids’ regional charity manager for the east of Scotland, Emma Kemp, said: “Saltire Roofing & Building do a lot to help Cash for Kids with our campaigns throughout the year, and Stevie is always incredibly generous in his donation to Mission Christmas.”z Picture: Steven McIntosh with Radio Borders station director Lynsey Graham, left, and Radio Borders Cash for Kids charity manager Dizzy White.

Monday, 23rd December 2019, 6:35 am
A Borders businessman has donated £500 worth of gifts to the Radio Borders Cash for Kids Mission Christmas appeal. Managing director of Saltire Roofing & Building, Steven McIntosh, from Lauder, is pictured with Radio Borders station director Lynsey Graham, left, and Radio Borders Cash for Kids charity manager Dizzy White.

The charity aims to fulfil 1,653 applications for presents to give to underprivileged local children this year.

Managing director of Saltire Roofing & Building, Steven McIntosh, from Lauder, said: “We hope these gifts will bring happiness to lots of local children so that no child wakes up without a present on Christmas morning.”

Cash for Kids’ regional charity manager for the east of Scotland, Emma Kemp, said: “Saltire Roofing & Building do a lot to help Cash for Kids with our campaigns throughout the year, and Stevie is always incredibly generous in his donation to Mission Christmas.”

z Picture: Steven McIntosh with Radio Borders station director Lynsey Graham, left, and Radio Borders Cash for Kids charity manager Dizzy White.