A Milton Keynes charity can now paint a brighter future, thanks to YOUR votes.
MK SNAP, based on Bourton Low, won the Johnstone’s Paint Community Spirit campaign after winning the most public votes. Johnstone’s Paint which will now provide the labour and materials for a re-decoration makeover.
The charity caters for more than 100 learners and offers professional support to people with a range of learning difficulties and challenges.
Chief executive Maureen McColl said: “Everyone is absolutely thrilled to win the Johnstone’s Paint Community Spirit competition.
“The centre has been open for seven years and hasn’t had any painting work done during that time so this will create a really colourful and vibrant environment for our learners throughout the whole building.
“It’s going to make a real difference to the lives of our learners and I would like to pass on a huge thanks to Johnstone’s Paint and all the people who voted for MK Snap for their support.”
MK Dons goalkeeper David Martin, who visited the centre to back MK Snap’s bid for success, said: “I’m delighted that MK Snap has come out on top of the public vote.
“When I visited the centre, it was clear to see how special the learners are and what a fantastic atmosphere they create. I’m sure a re-decoration makeover from Johnstone’s Paint will make a huge difference and enhance the environment further at what is already a fantastic initiative.”
Ben Wilde, brand and sponsorship manager for Johnstone’s Paint, said: “Our sincere congratulations go to MK Snap.
“We had more than 50 entries and the standard of entry was incredibly high.
“It was extremely close in the voting between the shortlisted finalists, but there is no doubting MK Snap is a very worthy winner and our re-decoration makeover will make a real difference to the centre, the learners and the community as a whole.”