Inspire Catering donate £20,000 to support SAMH

Inspire Catering are delighted to have recently presented a cheque for £20,000 to Billy Watson, Chief Executive of SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health)

Through the success of our second Shine Ball in September, we raised a fantastic total of £18,000 for SAMH and since then, Inspire employees have worked hard fundraising and as a result of this and their generous efforts and donations, we have raised a further £2000! This is a charity very close to our hearts and we are thrilled to be backing them with the incredible work they do in supporting mental health issues in Scotland. Now, more and more people are living with poor mental health and that this is having a devastating impact on individuals and communities of all ages.






L to R – David Pease, Lorna McFarlane (Inspire) and Billy Watson (SAMH)

About SAMH

As Scotland’s largest mental health charity, SAMH provide over 60 services in communities across Scotland providing mental health social care support, homelessness, addictions and employment services to people in need of help and support. SAMH work with around 4,000 individuals on a weekly basis and believe everyone deserves the right to be treated with dignity, respect and equality, and campaigns daily in the fight for better mental health throughout Scotland.

The types of services offered include:

Therapeutic Horticulture, Peer Support, Employability, Community Engagement, Homelessness. Addictions, Active Living, Suicide Prevention, Supported Accommodation and Mental Health Outreach.

Three children in every classroom will have experienced a mental health problem by the age of 16. You can join the movement to give Scotland’s young people every chance they need, when they need it. Find our more information here.

If you would like to get involved and find out more information about SAMH, visit:

Inspire owners Lorna McFarlane and David Pease said:

“SAMH (Scottish Association for Mental Health) is an inspiring charity that we are very proud to support. Mental health issues touch each and every one of us and the work that SAMH does is invaluable. As employers, as parents, friends and associates –we all have to look out for each other. Thank you to everyone who has supported Inspire’s fund raising efforts this year – it means a lot for us to be able to contribute to such a wonderful cause.”


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