The FOUNDERS of an innovative food ordering mobile app in Inverclyde have found a tasty way to give back to the local community.
Clyde Eats, founded by sister duo Janine Brennan and sister Yvonne Malloy, has launched an unsung hero program to highlight those who are making a difference locally.
The kind-hearted pair donate £500 to a hero or sports group to support things like new kits, fees or costs associated with their sport.
Janine, who has a sporting background, hopes to run the competition every quarter, each time benefiting a different cause.
Mum Janine, who also runs the Cottage Café Bistro locally with Yvonne, says it’s their way of ‘giving back’ to those who have shown their support since they started their business.
She told the TV“Since the launch, we have always said that we want to give back.
“We say we’re a small, local business with a big heart, so we really want to do our part and support our community.
“We won’t necessarily recoup £500 in sales, but it’s not about that.
“It’s about being active in our community and promoting Inverclyde, something you won’t get when using the bigger food ordering apps.”
The finalists will go to a public vote where the winner can be chosen.
Janine hopes that as many people as possible will support the initiative.
She added: “We’ll pick four that will go to public voting before the winner is decided on March 7.
“We look forward to helping out and doing our part for the local people.”