Happy New Year 2016 to all our supporters, fundraiser, sponsors and guests.
The Kirsty Bryden Memorial Trust is a no overheads charity helping to improve the lives of all children including those who are suffering from serious life limiting illnesses, children with special needs and their siblings.
We are a registered charity number SCO42871.
You have enabled us to help so many children in the last two years. We have raised a grand total of £44,868.
Please keep up the good work we can only do what we do because of your donations and the volunteers who give so much.
As a no overheads charity every penny goes to the children we help; We operate on good will and sponsorship, using all unpaid volunteers who use their own private cars, our own private vehicles and we pay for our own fuel to attend events.
We source posters, badges etc from sponsors to deliver 100% of your donation direct to those in need.
The Trust always investigate every cause to ensure no cash get wasted through misguided good intent. We deliver to maximise the benefit of every penny raised.
100% of all donations go to the kids (there are no deductions for expenses or wages taken from donations).
Our first major fun fundraising event, of 2016, will be the MCN Ingleston Motorcycle Show. We are preparing the event trailer for a massive charity auction in the main hall. To this end we are calling once again on all our motorcycle friends, volunteers, anyone who can locate quality auction prizes for the Motorcycle show auction.
First item donated and going to be going under the hammer will be a vintage motorcycle and spares. Many thanks to the person who donated this fabulous item. This machine is in genuine un restored condition. Still bears its last tax disc 1962. 10,000 miles on the clock be sure to come and visit us at the yellow Kirsty's kids trailer in Lower Hall.
Last year Alltec had a sponsored Sky Dive and raised £1,055. Their aim for this year is to raise £1,500 or more!
For more information on Alltec's Challenge click here.
Jackie's Cambodia Trek - December 2016
In December Jackie will fly out to Cambodia to begin a 5 day trek through the heart of the ancient Khmer Empire.
The trek across the hills, valleys and the dense forests of Cambodia will be hot and dusty. After walking around 20km a day, for between seven and eight hours, after five days she will end up at the 12th century temple at Angkor Wat.
For more information on Jackie's Challenge click here.
Click here to sponsor Jackie.
Click here to read details on this exiting newchallenge.
Latest Site Updates:
9 Jan - Alltec Cycle Challenge. 2 Jan - Chair's Blog 2 Jan - Scottish Motor Cycle Show Event. 2 Jan - Scots Magazine > News.
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