Carron Bathrooms raises money for children’s hospice

13 Jul, 15

Over £3,300 raised for Children’s Hospice Association Scotland

A 15-strong team from Carron Bathrooms has raised thousands for Children’s Hospice Association Scotland (CHAS), which culiminated in climbing Ben Ledi in the Highlands.

The charity drive, which took place over a four month period, saw the company raise £3,390 following a charity bake, a raffle, and the 900m ascent of the highest mountain in the Trossachs.

All the money will help further the work of the CHAS at its children’s hospices: Rachel House in Kinross and Robin House in Balloch, and a home care service called CHAS at HOME, supporting young people and their families.

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Speaking of the fundraising drive, commercial director at Carron Bathrooms James McMorrine, commented: “This is the fourth year our fundraising team at Carron has supported the vital work CHAS carries out for children and young people with life-shortening conditions, with each year our staff doing something more challenging to raise as much money as they can.

“It’s inspiring to see the full workforce at Carron backing the fundraising drive and contribute to creating exciting team events each year. CHAS is an outstanding charity and we’re delighted that we can help them carry out the essential services they offer across Scotland.”