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Our Fundraising

We believe no one in Scotland should be left alone to cope with the affects of spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus.

For over 50 years SBH Scotland has provided a lifetime commitment of specialist support and information to all these and associated conditions. Every year information on our website is accessed over 55,000 times and our Scotland-wide services are available to over 4,000 children, young people and adults through a helpline, workshops, individual and family support, home and hospital visits, youth clubs, health check clinics, one to one key workers and respite.

It costs over £1 million every year to provide extensive specialist services and with little statutory funding we rely almost solely on people like you getting involved, alongside the generosity of trusts and the goodwill of volunteers. We are incredibly grateful to all those who have supported us since 1965 and we are committed to making sure your fundraising experience with us is a good one. That's why we have written the following policies and procedures to assure you of our commitment to all our supporters.

Our Supporter Commitment

Our Fundraising Guarantee

Our Fundraising Complaints Policy

Want to get involved with our fundraising activities? Find out more about: donating, leaving a legacy, taking part in a sponsored challenge, creating your own activity or attending an event.

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Because of you we provide a lifetime commitment of support. Please continue to support us or donate today. Thank you.

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