Please help us win £48,000 for Camphill Blair Drummond
We are delighted to tell everyone that our project ‘Animaltastic’ has been chosen for the National Lottery: People’s Millions. We will be featuring on STV today Monday 25th November and if we get enough votes, will receive almost £50,000 to create a new workshop for our community.
Much of our day is spent in workshops, building new skills and confidence. The £48,000 will enable us to introduce facilities to keep animals which will provide therapeutic support for our residents and day students. Caring for the animals in this new workshop will be a really important activity for everyone in our community and we need your help to achieve this.
WHAT YOU SHOULD DO
Please dial 08716268143 and vote for Camphill Blair Drummond. You can call to vote up to 10 times from a telephone. 10 calls from a landline will cost you £1. Watch out, calls from mobiles will cost more.
Calls will be accepted from 9am to 12 midnight on Monday 25th November and only telephone calls made on the day count as votes.
We can only be successful if we get enough votes- this is an incredible opportunity for a new workshop for our community, you can help us make it possible!
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- “We enjoy sharing our knowledge and expertise in the Garden Workshop and helping the students to develop skills and confidence. It’s great to see the students becoming more independent” Russell Cameron and John Robertson (Garden Workshop Leaders)