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Why choose SBH Scotland?

Companies are increasingly aware of their corporate social responsibilities (CSR) within their local and broader national communities therefore supporting the work of charities has become a vital part of corporate key aims.

Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland is a Scotland wide charity supporting over 3,500 children, young people and adults, affected by spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus through specialist projects, home and hospital visits, youth clubs, advocacy, health check clinics, one to one key workers, peer support, and respite.

Our aim is simple. To add quality to life every day and you can be a big part of that.

Many companies are discovering the benefits of supporting us as their nominated charity and we’d be delighted to discuss a possible partnership with you.

By contacting our Fundraising Team you can discover how well your CSR matches our ethos of support, information and advocacy in communities near you and we can work closely with you on a partnership, developing a range of activities/events that your employees are able to get involved in or work with each other on.

Best of all, not only can corporate partnerships raise money for a chosen objective, such as an essential piece of charity equipment or important project, but your colleagues become more motivated, have a chance to work with people from other departments and have fun.

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