The British Heart Foundation (BHF) has received a £5,000 boost from a north-east communications company in memory of two employees.
Marketing firm Jasmine has given the charity the funding as part of its ongoing partnership after a former colleague passed away following a heart attack.
Keith Tait, a director at Printagraph before the company merged with Jasmine, died in 2012.
Keith Adams, Jasmine’s production director, also passed away suddenly in June 2018 from an undiagnosed heart condition.
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Sean Hills, sales director for Jasmine, said: “Our staff and clients know first-hand what it is like to lose someone to cardiovascular disease, so supporting BHF is an important part of our work.”
Kathy McIlwaine, BHF Scotland fundraising manage, said: “This donation of £5,000 is very welcome.”