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Shortlist for Scotland's best fundraisers revealed

 

Top fundraisers recognised

Scotland’s best and most innovative fundraisers will be honoured at a special ceremony in Glasgow in June.

The awards are an opportunity to recognise Scotland's best fundraisers and honour their success.

Held at the Doubletree by Hilton Glasgow Central hotel, the awards are the showpiece event of the Chartered Institute of Fundraising Scotland’s conference, taking place on 9 and 10 June.

Speaking at the announcement of the finalists, Susan Williams, joint chair of the Scottish Fundraising Conference Committee, said: “All across Scotland we have charities providing vital services that so many people are dependent on, especially during the last two years.

“This has only been possible thanks to the dedication and hard work of fundraisers raising the much-needed funds to enable this. We have some of the very best fundraisers here in Scotland and these awards will recognise and celebrate their successes.”

The full shortlist is:

Best Individual Campaign

  • Erskine: Minibus Appeal - Spring 2021
  • Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home: Help Our Home - Emergency Fundraising Appeal
  • National Trust for Scotland: Save our Scotland        

Best Partner Relationship (Corporate, Trust or Major Donor)

  • Edinburgh & Lothian Health Foundation: Hibernian FC
  • Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home: Pawthereum
  • When You Wish Upon a Star: Manorview Hotels and Leisure Group
  • SAMH: Co-op
  • MND Scotland: The Scotrail Alliance       

Best use of Event or Community Fundraising Initiative

  • St Andrew’s Hospice: St Andrew's Hospice Grand Snowflake Ball
  • National Trust for Scotland: Burns Big Night in
  • Rangers Charity Foundation: Big Ibrox Sleep Outs      

Fundraiser of the Year

  • Macmillan Cancer Support: Shirlie Geddes
  • CHAS: Lara MacDonald
  • Horseback UK: Sally-Anne Hunter     

Voluntary Fundraising Group of the Year

  • Macmillan Cancer Support: Alva Academy
  • Macmillan Cancer Support: Edinburgh Macmillan Art Show Committee
  • Children 1st: Deeside Committee Action Group    

Volunteer Fundraiser of the Year

  • Marie Curie: David Logue
  • SAMH: Richard Fyvie  

Best Marketing & Communications Campaign

  • CHAS: Christmas 2021
  • Erskine: Futures for the Brave
 

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