£3k raised for Perth toddler following mother’s tragic death

Members of the public and businesses throughout Perth have donated to the cause raising over £3,000 in donations.

The child was trapped in the flat for two days after his mother died from an Asthma attack.  Lydia MacDonald was found by police after concerned friends raised the alarm.

Many businesses in Perth have made donations to the cause.

Business owner Pete Chan, owner of China China, has taken ownership of donations and is campaigning for Perth “to come together”.

Kimberly Hunter a customer service advisor, of BP Garage, raised a good contribution to the cause, however, BP are still holding back the donations for unknown reasons.

Perth Concert Hall catering team donated their full tips, a total of £170 was passed on.

Perthshire Flooring and Perth Lettings Direct donated £250 each and many more have donated.

If you’d like to donate to the Team Mason cause, simply message China China and they will provide instructions.

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