Whether you have supported us before or this is the first time you have landed on this page, we would like to thank you for taking a step towards fundraising for Care Experienced people.
Fundraising can sometimes feel a bit daunting – What can I do to help? Where do I even begin? What is the best way to raise money?
Well we are here to help and support you along the way. We already have lots events and activities for you to choose from, or we can help you shape your own fundraising idea.
Before you get started – We would like to introduce you to the team. They will help point you in the direction of a successful and enjoyable fundraising experience.
Marie-Claire Director of Fundraising and Development
I’m Marie-Claire and I’m Director of Fundraising and Development for Who Cares? Scotland. My role is to ensure we have a solid platform of funding and resources, to allow us to deliver our important work with Care Experienced people across Scotland. I write lots of reports and look at lots of budgets, but I do occasionally emerge into the fresh air and have even walked two 23 mile Kiltwalks to raise funds for our work!
Kerry – Fundraising Manager
Hi, I’m Kerry and I work as the Fundraising Manager for Who Cares? Scotland – before this I was a Coordinator. I work with the team in all aspects of Fundraising, from Trusts and Foundations proposals to corporate partnerships – no two days are the same.
I’m passionate about fundraising and the huge impact the money we raise can make. If you’d like to contact me, please click here.
Laura – Fundraising and Partnerships Officer
Hi, I’m Laura and I am a Fundraising Officer, I have worked for Who Cares? Scotland since 2016. My role within the team is being the most organised! I support my lovely colleagues with events such as the Kiltwalk – my nickname is “Kiltwalk Laura”. I also keep in contact with our Monthly donors by sending thank you cards and letters of appreciation. If you would like to make a donation and receive one of my lovely cards, you can do so here.
With thanks to Scottish Local Authorities, funding partners and donors who make our work possible.
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