Rotary Club of Louth president Pam Ashley-Marsh presented £500 in supermarket vouchers for the Community Larder to Jill Trafford at the Trinity Centre in Eastgate.
Since the coronavirus pandemic began, the local Rotary Club branch has also made the following donations:
• Pilgrim School, for computers (£200)
• The Community Larder (£2,500)
• Salvation Army (£1,000)
• Neighbour’s Kitchen (£1,000)
• Women’s Refuge (£500, including £100 from the Louth Inner Wheel Club).
£250 was given to Building Resilience in Communities (BRIC), formerly known as Home-Start Lincolnshire.
The funds came from the Rotary Club’s fundraising activities prior to lockdown, and from a generous donation by their Rotary District.