A contractor has donated furniture to a mental health charity, which it will use to upgrade its community outreach centre in Drumchapel.

GRAHAM made the donation to Men Matter Scotland.

It comprised of 20 sets of bunk beds, office desks and chairs, lockers, and various stationery items.

In addition to the donated items, GRAHAM also covered the cost of a secure storage shed for the charity's equipment.

The bunk beds will be gifted to local families that the charity supports.

Men Matter Scotland, launched in 2020, aids over 1,700 men in the region by promoting positive physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing.

It provides community-based support such as activities, one-on-one sessions, and classes helping members make new connections.

Previously, GRAHAM donated a new kitchen to the charity's outreach centre and has had employees volunteer for the charity.

Clydebank Post: GRAHAM made the donation to Men Matter Scotland as part of an ongoing relationship

Richard Dairion, framework director for GRAHAM's Building North division, said: "GRAHAM operates with a predominantly male workforce, who are statistically less likely to discuss their mental health and access services that can help them in times of crisis.

"The workshops provided by Men Matter Scotland for our team have been greatly welcomed and we will continue to include dedicated mental health support to staff as part of our mission to deliver positive lasting impact."

He added: "We have supported the charity’s efforts since 2021 and we’re amazed at the invaluable service they provide to local people and the genuine support they give to families across Glasgow."

Also expressing support was commodore Sharon Malkin, Naval Base Commander.

She said: "I’m delighted we are able to support this important charity by recycling items that would otherwise have been disposed of."