Sportschallengeaberdeen
An evening in a league of its own
Our beneficiaries

Over the last five year's Sportschallenge has raised a massive £415,000 and supported ten wonderful causes.  Maggie's Aberdeen and Children's Aid are our core charities with the addition of smaller, lower profile causes which change annually.
 
Through everyone's support we have made a real difference to
those in need in our community.

 
Table of 10: £1,600
 
Half  Table: £800
(available on a shared basis)
 
Price includes:
arrival drinks,
4 course dinner
team entry into the quiz
 
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Maggie's Aberdeen
 
Platinum sponor Simmons, has adopted Maggie's as its charity of choice.
 
People with cancer need places like Maggie's.  Every year, over 300,000
people are diagnosed with cancer in the UK, facing tough questions,
exhausting treatment and difficult emotions. These challenges affect
not only those with cancer, but their family and friends, too.
 
Maggie’s is there for anyone and everyone affected by cancer, offering
a programme of support that has been shown to strengthen physical
and emotional wellbeing.
 
Built alongside the hospital, our Centres are uplifting places with professional staff on hand to offer the support people need: practical advice about benefits and eating well; emotional support from qualified experts; a friendly place to meet other people; a calming space simply to sit quietly with a cup of tea.


“Our Centres are here for anyone with any type of cancer and their families and friends, offering the practical, emotional and social support that people with cancer need”

Laura Lee, Maggie's Chief Executive

Children's Aid (Scotland)
 
A lot of hard work goes on behind the scenes to make sure that
Sportschallenge runs like clockwork.  You've got Tony Caplan and
the team from Children's Aid  to thank for the designing and
presenting the quiz on the night - and them to blame if the questions
are too difficult!.
 
Children’s Aid distributes money to deserving causes to help provide vital equipment and services to a large range of children’s charities in Scotland, including Capability Scotland, The Scottish Society for Autism, Epilepsy Association of Scotland and many paediatric hospitals.
  

Previous beneficiaries


2017

  North East Sensory Services


2015

  Friends of Carronhill
 
  The Sandpiper Trust
 
 
2014
 
  Aberdeen Cyrenians
  Mental Health Aberdeen
  Choices Aberdeen
 
2013
  Friends of Roxburghe
   Kayleigh's Wee Stars

If you'd like your charity to be considered as a beneficiary, please get in-touch  to request an application form.
  
 
  
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