How We Fundraise

We raise funds for the projects partly through the generous donations from friends and family and partly by contributing income from our own resources.  Sarah donates money from her counselling and personal development courses and Chris contributes income from his work in designing and maintaining websites.

As a way to help our funds stretch further, we have started to take part in fundraising events, including the Kiltwalks organised by the Hunter Foundation.  We completed our first Kiltwalk on 24 April 2021 and you can see a photo of us on our walk in the Glencoe mountains, below.  

If you would like to take part in any fundraising for the Trust, we'd be delighted, in which case, please get in touch.

A tough climb but we felt on top of the world!


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