The newspaper columnist and broadcaster joined hospice staff for a barbeque to launch the latest Scotland’s Hospices Together fundraising campaign.
Tam is encouraging everyone to reach for the ketchup and mustard and host a barbeque to raise funds for hospices across Scotland: “I am absolutely thrilled to support The Big Summer Sizzle. There’s nothing better than filling your face with a burger or three, so what a great way to raise money for your local hospice.”
Scotland’s Hospices Together is a national partnership between ten of Scotland’s independent hospices, working together to highlight the work of local hospice care across Scotland. As part of its remit, Scotland’s Hospices Together will be co-ordinating joint fundraising campaigns to benefit all participating hospices.
John Brady, Chair of Scotland’s Hospices Together and Head of Fundraising at St Andrew’s Hospice in Airdrie, explains: “We are delighted The Big Summer Sizzle has returned for 2018. We hope as many people as possible across Scotland to get together with friends, family or colleagues and host a barbeque to support their local Hospice. These hospices provide end-of-life care and support to patients and their families and are reliant on donations and voluntary support to continue providing that care.”
Click here for your free fundraising pack or contact your local participating hospice.
Member hospices include ACCORD Hospice, Ardgowan Hospice, Ayrshire Hospice, Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS), Highland Hospice, The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice, St Andrew’s Hospice, St Columba’s Hospice, St Vincent’s Hospice and Strathcarron Hospice.