HSBC raises funds for Camphill Blair Drummond
HSBC Stirling chose Camphill Blair Drummond as their charity of the year for their annual Burns Supper and Ceilidh on Wednesday 22nd January and raised a smashing £5,011.20 for the Appeal.
The event was held in Stirling Castle and Jason Glass, Gerry McKeown, Elsie Riley and Lynda Ferguson went along to represent Camphill Blair Drummond.
Elsie Riley, Regional Fundraising Manager at Camphill Blair Drummond, says: “A big thank you HSBC, for all their efforts. We’re absolutely delighted with the amazing total of £5,011.20 which has been raised, it was a real privilege to have been chosen as the charity of the year for HSBC’s annual Burns Supper and Ceilidh”
“All the proceeds from the concert will go towards Camphill Blair Drummond’s vital appeal to build new houses and workshops, so that the charity can improve the quality of life for existing residents, as well as welcome new people who would really benefit from this way of life”
“We are already seeing the positive effects of the changes that we have made so far. The new workshops which we have recently completed are having a big impact on the quality of life and learning experiences of all our residents and day students. We are so grateful to everyone at HSBC for helping to make this possible”
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