A COMPANY is set to donate a quarter of its gross profit from upcoming software sales to a cancer support centre in the Forth Valley.

Maggie's Forth Valley is set to benefit from a charity partnership with TMS CADCentre, a leading Autodesk CAD (computer-aided design) software and training centre.

TMS has pledged to donate 25 per cent of its gross profit from new customers purchasing Autodesk CAD software subscriptions or renewals, as well as committing to fundraising for Maggie's during 2023.

The company will kick-off its fundraising by holding a Maggie's Kitchen Table Day event at their Larbert office in March and plan further fundraising activities throughout the year.

Plans are also being made to host an exciting design competition with Larbert High School pupils later in the year, also in aid of Maggie's.

Alex Lowe, managing director at TMS, said: "I am proud to announce that TMS have chosen to support Maggie's Forth Valley and the work they do in the community.

"As a family business, we adopt a caring, relationship-based approach to our work and we aim to look after our employees and customers.

"These are values we share with Maggie's who do a power of good for local people affected by cancer every day.

"We are honoured to support such a vital resource in the local community."

Maggie's Forth Valley opened in 2017 to support anyone affected by cancer, including more than 750 newly diagnosed individuals each year.

Cristina Pouso, centre fundraising manager, said: "We are thrilled to have this opportunity to work with TMS for the year ahead.

"We have lots of fundraising activities in mind to give the whole team a chance to get involved.

"We rely on the kindness and generosity of our supporters to pay for the services we deliver at Maggie's Forth Valley and securing TMS's support so early in the year is a real boost.

"It will be great getting to know the team."