A SCOTS specialist flooring contractor has raised greater than £2000 for Kids’s Hospices Throughout Scotland (CHAS) at its third annual charity golf day.
The Fife-based firm, Superior Conventional Screeding hosted the golf day at Murrayfield Golf Membership in Edinburgh with each golfers and non-golfers contributing to a memorable event attended by shoppers, suppliers and development firms from throughout the UK.
All proceeds from the occasion went to CHAS, which for over 30 years has been providing a full household help service for infants, youngsters and younger folks with life-shortening circumstances.
As soon as the final putt had been holed and the ultimate donations made, £2435 had been raised for the charity which relies within the Capital and has hospices in Kinross (Rachel Home) and Balloch (Robin Home).
“We’re delighted to have raised a lot cash for such a worthy trigger,” stated ATS managing director Jason Lister.
“The day was fabulous from begin to end and we couldn’t have wished for higher climate.
“An enormous because of everybody who contributed, their generosity was unimaginable. It was an actual staff effort on the day and we’re already wanting ahead to subsequent yr!”
CHAS works tirelessly to make sure irrespective of how brief a time that households might have collectively, that it’s stuffed with happiness. Even within the ache of grief, the charity is set that pleasure lives on.
Fiona Younger, Group Fundraiser at CHAS, stated: “Thanks to everybody concerned with the golf day for elevating such an amazing sum of money and all of the help ATS has proven to CHAS over time. It’s actually appreciated by everybody at CHAS.
“The cash raised will assist CHAS households make treasured recollections collectively that can final a lifetime and help them via probably the most troublesome of journeys.”