A LIFESAVING Glasgow charity had its minibus attacked by vandals this week.

Men Matter Scotland helps hundreds of people across the city who suffer from mental health problems, or who have lost someone to suicide. 

The Drumchapel-based peer-to-peer support group announced the "sad" news on their Facebook page on Tuesday. 

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However, kind-hearted supporters of the charity, and members of the community, have rallied around to help. 

A JustGiving page was set up to help pay for repairs. So far, more than £905 has been raised. 

Meanwhile, Caledonian Mobile Tyre Fitting, based in Paisley, volunteered to replace tyres that had been slashed. 

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Men Matter Scotland revealed the van is now back on the road.

A post on Facebook read: "Following on from last night's post about our MMS mini bus, we have seen an absolutely unbelievable response from people.

"A JustGiving page has been set up by some of our concerned supporters, we have received amazing donations, deposits into our bank account and umpteen well wishes and positive comments of support.

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"Thanks to Caledonian Mobile Tyre Fitting, new tyres were fitted today so the bus is back on the road. All of your help will allow us to pay our bill too. Hate doesn’t win. Standing Stronger Together." 

Anyone with information about the vandalism is asked to contact Police Scotland on 101.

To donate to the JustGiving page, click here.

To read more about the work Men Matter Scotland does, click here