Quick contact

Send us a message

Enter security code:
 Security code

Search
Text Size A A A

You are here:    Home  »  Our News   »   Charity inaugural ball raises over £20K with the support of Bluebird Care
Find your local
Bluebird Care

Charity inaugural ball raises over £20K with the support of Bluebird Care

20
Dec 18
Admin
11
In true Scottish fashion guests were piped in to celebrate a night of fine-dining, ceilidh dancing and supporting the charity’s vital work of helping people in Scotland rebuild their lives after diagnosis of a chest or heart condition or a stroke.
 
Celebrity hosts, much loved weather present, Judith Ralston and Scottish comedian, Bruce Devlin made sure that everyone had a fabulous evening.
 
Jane-Claire Judson, Chief Executive, Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland, said:
 
“We are absolutely delighted at the success of our first ever St Andrew’s Ball!
 
“It was fantastic to welcome over 200 people in their finery to help us support the 1 in 5 people in Scotland living with chest, heart and stroke conditions. And thanks to their support we raised over £20,000, which is just incredible!
 
“These vital funds will help people to rebuild their lives, regain their confidence and live their lives to the full.
 
“It was our first time putting on this event and we are so grateful to everyone who supported us and made the night possible. Special thanks to our headline sponsor, Bluebird Care. Their sponsorship enabled us to host the event and ultimately move closer to delivering our ambition to ensure there is no life half lived in Scotland.”
 
Jane Perry, Director and Owner of Bluebird Care Edinburgh & Bluebird Care Glasgow South, said:
 
“We are delighted to have been involved in the inaugural CHSS St Andrew’s Ball. The evening was a wonderful celebration of all the excellent work that CHSS do and highlighted the vast differences that their work can make to people.
 
“I myself have had a defibrillator fitted due to a defective family gene and know only too well how families are affected by strokes and heart attacks.  I have been given a lifeline and an opportunity to make a difference which is why I am so passionate about the work I do at Bluebird Care and with this special charity. 
 
“This cause and the differences the charity makes really matters to us at Bluebird Care and getting the message across that people can live full lives with the right support at home is crucial.”


 

Other News Stories

Bluebird Care Coleraine launches new Holiday Care service

Bluebird Care Coleraine have officially launched their new Holiday Care service. Their new offering provides care and support services to visitors staying in the area on holiday or short breaks who may require assistance during their stay.
 

Read More

Bluebird Care Lincolnshire franchises launch Nursing Associate Training (NAT) scheme

Bluebird Care Lincoln, Bluebird Care North East Lincolnshire and West Lindsey and Bluebird Care South Lincolnshire are the first home care providers in England to offer a training programme that allows their care assistants to become nursing associates.
 

Read More