The SEC (Scottish Event Campus) supports Nordoff Robbins Scotland, the Beatson Cancer Charity and Glasgow Children's Hospital. 

Nordoff Robbins Scotland

Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy in Scotland is a charity dedicated to bringing music and joy into the lives of children and adults who have been isolated by disability, trauma or illness.

Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy in Scotland is not a state-funded charity and relies on fundraising and donations to carry out the work it does across Scotland.

Find out more about Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy in Scotland and their fundraising events.

If you would like to raise money for the charity or if you have any questions about fundraising, please email Mhairi using the form below:

Contact Nordoff Robbins

If you would like to raise money for the charity or if you have any questions about fundraising, please email Mhairi using the form below:

 

Beatson Cancer Charity

The Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre is the lead centre for non-surgical cancer care in Scotland, serving around 50% of the Scottish population.

The Beatson Cancer Charity is the only charity dedicated to supporting The Beatson and works in partnership with NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. It provides vital funding for enhanced patient and family support services and facilities, innovative medical equipment, novel research and additional staff training and development.

For further information and to donate online visit the Beatson Cancer Charity website.

Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity

Every year 168,000 children from Scotland and beyond are treated at the Royal Hospital for Children. Some suffer from minor ailments, while others are fighting for their lives. Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity raises money to ensure that Scotland's sick children and their families receive the best possible care and experience while at hospital. Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity sits at the heart of the Royal Hospital for Children, raising money to support young patients and their families.

Thanks to supporters of the charity, they are able to fund:

  • Enhanced medical equipment to help doctors, nurses and surgeons treat children;
  • Innovative play programmes that help to distract, teach and treat children during their stay;
  • Family support services that care for parents, families and carers during difficult times;
  • Groundbreaking paediatric research to help future generations of Scotland's children.

For further information or to donate visit the Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity website.

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