Tesco bucket collection
On Sunday 29th September our Young Carers were in the foyer of Tesco Milngavie with their collecting buckets. Thanks to the generosity of Tesco’s customers we raised nearly £300, as well as meeting lots of people who we already support, and some who didn’t know how we can help carers.
Walk with Us 2019
At the end of August we joined up with the Kirkintilloch Canal Festival for Walk with Us 2019 . With two routes to choose from, and despite heavy rain the day before and on the morning of the walk our supporters braved the rain, turned up and raised around £3,000.
Zip the Clyde
In bright August sunshine 6
foolish brave volunteers slid across the Clyde to raise money for Carers Link. Between them they have raised nearly £4,000 – our thanks to them and everyone who supported them.
Walk With Us at the kiltwalk 2018
Our Walk With Us challenge in 2018 was slightly different, and we joined the Kiltwalk in Glasgow. 6 people walked 15 mile Big Stroll, and 2 completed the 23 mile Mighty Stride. Between them, and with the 40% top up from the Tom Hunter Foundation, we raised over £5,000
Autism Bake Sale April 2018
Suzanne is a carer who has received support from Carers Link, and she organised a Bake Sale at St Andrews Primary School in Bearsden to raise funds for us in April 2018. As well as selling home baking there was a raffle, and guess the number of sweets in the jar, raising a wonderful £344.
Supernova at the Kelpies 2017
Four of Carers Link staff took part in the Supernova 5K at the Kelpies in November 2017. Congratulations to Clair, Jan, Judith and Katy, and thank you to everyone who sponsored them to raise a magnificent £914. The event was great fun, and we hope to do it again in 2019, so if you fancy getting involved please get in touch.
Smoothie Bike Challenge 2017
In June 2017 we challenged visitors to the Milngavie Classic Car Show to cycle their own smoothie, and raised over £400.
Walk with Us 2016
In April 2016 around 100 people walked with us to Kirkintilloch. Some started at our offices and walked 13 miles, and for others the family friendly walk of 3.5 miles started in Bishopbriggs. The sun shone. There was lots of chat, and the total raised was an amazing £17,000.
April Fool’s Challenge 2014
It took them 12 hours but on Friday 4th April 2014, Alister Reid, Emma Azzopardi and Paul Peter completed the 44 mile April Fool’s Challenge by bike and canoe from our offices in Milngavie to the Falkirk Wheel and back. They raised over £3,500.