McCulloch Group supporting communities across the globe.

As a business based in the heart of its local communities the McCulloch Group’s employees are committed to identifying opportunities where they can add value and give back across the country – and internationally.

HGV Driver, Donald Stewart based in the companies Kilmarnock depot – who regularly spends his days driving across the UK and abroad on business is completing ‘The Rainbow Re-Run’ which is supporting a charitable organisation in Gambia through the donation of two retired passenger ambulance vehicles.

Kunkujang Clinic and Orphanage in Gambia is ran by Fatou Gaye, a Nurse and Midwife, and was founded in 2012. Fatou was awarded ‘Gambian Woman of the Year 2014’. The Rainbow Re-Run is a repeat expedition of a group of friends from 2012 when a group of seven vehicles and thirteen people left the UK to travel to Gambia donating the vehicles. The ‘re-run’ is delivering two vehicles filled with medical equipment, school equipment and clothing to be used in the local community supporting the vulnerable. Further details can be found at

Closer to home – Bob Agnew, one of the longest employees of the business, recently supported his primary school Ballantrae Primary School as part of their ‘World at Work’ event. Bob attended the event with a UniMog adapted for work by McCulloch’s and shared about his career as well as the work completed by McCulloch across the country.

David Girdler, CEO, shares “We are extremely proud of the efforts of colleagues across the UK who regularly support charitable causes with their time, efforts and finances. As a family founded business we are all too aware of the importance of looking after our communities – both here at home, and further afield.”

Donald Stewart with Charlie Denny, and McCulloch Kilmarnock team.