Community Fundraising 2013

10 December 2013

On behalf of the patients, researchers and staff of the Anne Rowling Regenerative Neurology Clinic, thank you to everyone who has supported us by taking part in a fundraising challenge or event and to everyone who donated in response.

 

Examples of our 2013 supporters are:

Alison Young and her 2nd Dunbar Brownies raised £2,000 by organising a Quiz Night.

 

Anne Marie Ritchie owns a bead shop and has hosted several bead parties to raise awareness and funds for the Clinic.

 

Beth Vokurka completed the Tough Mudder Scotland in August raising almost £600.

 

Beth Watling raised over £500 when she walked approximately 400 miles following the Journey of Harry Potter and the Hogwarts Express.

 

A raffle at Brooks Brothers, George Street, raised over £500.

 

Clair Holden raised almost £250 by participating in November’s firewalk and hot footing it over 20 feet of burning embers.

 

Colin Campbell raised £365 by cutting out junk food and fizzy drinks for the month of October.

 

Hannah Price raised £160 by completing August’s Tough Mudder.

 

The Inner Wheel Club of Alloway raised £1,130 by holding a Coffee Morning in March.

 

Matt Piper raised almost £400 by taking on the Original Mountain Marathon in October.

 

Dr Neil Oliver raised over £1,500 when he took part in the Crossmichael Triathlon for the second year running.

 

Robbie Armour shaved his beard to raise money for the Anne Rowling Clinic.

 

Robert Gilmour partied his way to £700 when he celebrated his birthday.

 

Stephanie Fell stopped smoking and raised £550.

 

The Rt Hon Lord and Mrs Prosser held a lunch for friends and family which raised over £7,500 in memory of Shira.

 

The Scottish Cooperative Woman’s Guild donated £140.

 

       

          

          

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