Borderline is delighted to announce that it has been selected as one of the charities who will benefit from the Sunday Mail Centenary Fund.
The Sunday Mail, Scotland’s favourite newspaper, will be supporting 17 of Scotland’s charities during the life of the campaign, which runs until 2014.
The Centenary Fund is aiming to raise £1million for Scottish that will be divided amongst the 17 charities to help them to continue to do great work for Scots.
For more details on the Sunday Mail Centenary Fund visit the website.
We would like to say a big thank you to all of our supporters who attended this years Caledonian Carols service. Your continued support ensures we are able to continue to help our clients to help themselves.
Caledoniart’s limited edition print run of the painting ‘Summer Light Isle of Gigha’ by Jolomo is still available for purchase at £50.
All proceeds from the print sales will go directly to Borderline. The prints and painting auction at the Caledonian Carols have already raised £3,800 for Borderline programs.
Borderline is pleased to announce the appointment of Reverend Philip Majcher as Chairman of Borderline. Reverend Majcher is the minister at Crown Court Church of Scotland and was previously a trustee of the Charity. He replaces outgoing Chairman, Alan Mackie.
The new Chairman said, “I am delighted to be appointed the new Chairman of Borderline, a charity I have been involved with for a number of years. I look forward to the challenge of reaching and supporting even more homeless and insecurely housed Scots in London over the years ahead. I would also encourage anybody to consider donating to Borderline to ensure our vital services continue.”
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