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Gordon Ramsay Appeal

Gordon Ramsay appeal leafletWhat's your favourite F' Word? Gordon's is Fundraising!

Multi Michelin, Bafta and award winning chef, Gordon Ramsay OBE, has been Honorary Patron of Spina Bifida Hydrocephalus Scotland since 2003. To aid us in our fundraising efforts, he launched an appeal to help us reach our fundraising goals.

“What’s your favourite F word? Gordon’s is Fundraising!” We are asking you to make Fundraising your favourite F Word and raise funds on our behalf.

By giving a little you can help us give a lot – from volunteering to making a regular monthly gift, anything you can do will make a difference!

Regular donations or single gifts – donations are the beating heart of our charity. Without them we wouldn’t be able to provide specialist services to those who need them most. Any donation, large or small can have a big impact.

Volunteering - Volunteers are a lifeline to SBH Scotland, allowing us to run events and activities. If you have any spare time from 1 hour a month to a day a week please get in touch – we need you!

Sponsored Activities - Undertaking a 5K to climbing Kilimanjaro. If you’re setting yourself a new challenge, why not consider getting people to sponsor you? You’ll be amazed what you can achieve and anything raised from as little as £1 can make a huge difference.

Organise your own event - Every year individuals organise special events including coffee mornings, parties and race nights in aid of SBH Scotland. If you’re thinking of running your own event or would like advice, give our Events Fundraisers a call and they can send a full information pack out to you

Want more information on the Appeal or would like a Fundraising pack? Please email the Fundraising Team or telephone 03455 211 600. We will also be on hand to help you with any fundraising ideas that you may have.

Alternatively download our appeal information leaftet.

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