A team of walkers from Scullion LAW Hamilton, are delighted to have raised over £2501.32 for local charities from completing a 23 mile Kiltwalk in Glasgow. This will be generously topped up by 40% with special thanks to the Tom Hunter Foundation which is incredible.
Kiltwalk Glasgow 2019
Nicholas Scullion Managing Director of Scullion LAW quotes ‘What a special day everyone had walking alongside 13,000 others to raise money for causes close to our hearts. We hope to make a positive difference to the lives of others in the local community and beyond.
Marie Curie Scotland
Liz Semple, Sarah Monaghan and Emma Wright from Scullion LAW Hamilton walked 23 miles in aid of Marie Curie Scotland to help their nurses provide more care – at home and in the hospices in Glasgow and Edinburgh. We recently were presented with a cheque for £767 from the local Marie Curie fundraising team on the steps of our office in Cadzow Street – the great news is that this total will be topped up by 40% from the Hunter Foundation which is a fantastic amount.
We have been working closely with Marie Curie for over 5 years and run an annual free Will service to everyone in Scotland.
Catherine McEwan Foundation
In addition to this Diana McLeish raised over £809 for the Catherine McEwan Foundation to help improve the lives of people living with Inflammatory Bowel Disease such as Crohns and Colitis with 40% top up from Sir Tom Hunter taking the total over £1000.
Classrooms in Malawi
Gordon Lennox, from Scullion LAW Hamilton walked 23 miles, raising over £775.76 on behalf of Classrooms in Malawi in memory of his close friend Katie Allan who supported this charity. Again this will be topped up by 40% thanks to Sir Tom Hunter.
I myself (Nicholas) took part in aid of Oxfam. This was in memory of the awful Easter Sunday attacks in Sri Lanka. I managed to raise over £158.49 which again will receive additional donations from the Hunter Foundation. So, together we are very proud to have made a positive difference to the lives of others. We are committed to the community and beyond. We would like to encourage more and more of the local community to sign up to the Kiltwalk 2020, there are various levels for people of all abilities, so please give it some thought. You have nothing to lose and loads to gain. It was a wonderful experience and we all feel a great sense of achievement’.
Main photo – Liz Semple, Emma Wright, Gordon Lennox and Nicholas Scullion on the stairs of Scullion LAW Hamilton being presented with a cheque from Ross Clift and a colleague from the Marie Curie fundraising team in South Lanarkshire.
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