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The ultimate list of third sector ice-bucket challenges!

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​It's all about raising funds for charity, so it's only fitting that those working for Scottish charities should get in on the craze! Here's some well-known third sector faces getting a drenching!

Do you see your chief executive or colleagues? There's still time to challenge them - and don't forget to send a link to [email protected]

1. Louise Macdonald

Young Scot chief executive Louise Macdonald laid down the gauntlet, which is getting picked up across the third sector!

2. Pat Armstrong

Pat Armstrong from The Association of Chief Officers of Scottish Voluntary Organisations sets an example to other charity chiefs!

3. Colin MacFarlane

​Stonewall Scotland’s Colin MacFarlane is next up

4. Euan Macdonald

Euan Macdonald of ​Euan’s Guide featured in TFN’s top 10 ice-bucket challenge list but seeing as we like this so much and MND is what it’s all about, we thought we’d add him here too.

5. Ian MacLaughlin

​Ian MacLaughlin of Youth Scotland has clearly been naughty as even two buckets don’t satisfy his ice-bucket moderator!

6. Calum MacAuley

7. Iain McWhirter

​Iain McWhirter, head of fundraising for MND Scotland, explains why everyone is dousing themselves in ice-water.

8. Paul Reddish and Colin Mills

It was a team affair at Edinburgh South Cricket Clubwith Project Scotland chief executive Paul Reddish and cricket development officer Colin Mills.

9. Ian Findlay

​Ian Findlay, chief officer of Paths for All, looks like he’s actually enjoying it!

10. Susan Lowes

​Susan Lowes from Voluntary Health Scotland is soaked from a great height and nominates TFN’s own Paul Cardwell, amongst others!

11. Deborah Grant

​A rubber ring didn’t save Deborah Grant, chief executive of the Indigo Childcare Group

12. Calum Irving

​Calum Irving from Voluntary Action Scotland proves he won’t be outdone by nominator Colin MacFarlane

13. Paul Cardwell

​Third Force News’ very own Paul Cardwell accepted Susan Lowes’ challenge and he equally rose to the occasion.