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Posted 03:02PM on Wednesday 23 June 2021

Margaret McGivern, who is supported by the charity, accepted the cheque from Re–Gen’s Environmental Health and Safety Officer Gemma Gibson. Also pictured is Re–Gen’s Health and Safety Manager, David Donnelly, and Keri Dickson, Positive Futures’ Service Co–ordinator in Newry.

David Donnelly said: “We wanted to give something back to the community, and we chose Positive Futures because it is doing vital work in the area.”

Keri Dickson said: “We are very grateful to Re–Gen for its generosity. These much–needed funds will be put to work immediately to transform people’s lives in the Newry area.”

Positive Futures works across Northern Ireland and in the Republic to support people with a learning disability, acquired brain injury or autistic spectrum condition.