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                                                   2013

4 January,  Saltire Celtic Supporters Club, Many thanks for the donation of £400.00 Much Appreciated


4 January, Lewis Car Club, Many thanks for the donation of £465.00 Much appreciated.


6 February, Mrs Lambert, Many thanks for the donation of £120.00 very much appreciated.


18 March, Ness QOH Cadets Many thanks for the donation of £50.00 A wonderfull effort.


22 April, Lewis & Harris Sports Council, Many thanks for the donation of £600.00 Very much appreciated.


2 September, Men Only Barbers, Many thanks for the donation of £400.00 from your Fab. party.


9 September, Mr Iain Maclennan, many thanks for the donation of £100.00 Very much appreciated 


14 October, Mr D. Macleod, Many thanks for the donation of £100.00 Very much appreicated


19 October, Mr & Mrs R. Ross & sons Calum & Geordie, Many thanks for donation of £675 from the coffee morning held in their own home, Special thanks must go to Calum & Geordie for coming up with the original idea to help the H.M.C.S.G.  A wonderfull effort.


1st November, Many thanks to Mrs Sandra Laird & family for the kind donation of £240 in memory of her late husband Douglas, who was a very supportive member of our group.


8th November, Mrs R. Cunningham, Many thanks for the kind donation of £100, Very much appreciated.  


2015

 

7th August 2015, Fundraising for additional Accuvein Scanners for each community nursing area in the Western Isles - launched by former councillor Iain a' Mhillichan' Morrison before his death at the end of last month - has won huge support throughout the community.

Thousands of pounds were raised at a collection at his funeral on Tuesday – and donations have been pouring in since then.

By this afternoon (Friday) it was thought that more than £16,000 had been raised - with a target of £24,000 in mind to buy a sufficient number of scanners to ensure that every hospital and surgery is equipped with a scanner.  The scanners make it much easier to spot veins so that nurses and clinical staff taking blood can find veins in their patients without difficulty. Text by Fred Silver from www.welovestornoway.com


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


7th August. A donation of £650 received today from a collection in memory of John Macdonald. His neice Sheena Cochrane handed over the cheque to chairman Angus McCormack.