Earlier this week, the Club donated some food and drink items from our kiosks at McDiarmid Park to Perth & Kinross Council to be given to local causes.
Assisted by Saints midfielder Murray Davidson, two representatives from Perth & Kinross Council filled their vans with the stock from the kiosks while maintaining social distancing.
The items will be distributed to local foodbanks and will also be used by the Council to create their family food packs during these difficult times.
The Club's Servery Manager, Adam Omeish, said: "With no football on the horizon for the foreseeable future, we had a number of food & drink items stocked in our kiosks which will no longer be in date by the time we are able to welcome supporters back to the stadium.
"We thought that it would be best to donate the items to local foodbank causes to help families and people struggling through the COVID-19 pandemic.
"It was great to have Muz along helping and hopefully it goes a long way to helping people at this difficult time."
PICTURED: Murray Davidson and representatives from Perth & Kinross Council keep their distance while loading vans with items from the kiosks.
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