The Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS) is gearing up for its annual Festive Friday.
An Inverness woman has helped raise £60,000 for Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS) by trekking across the Sahara desert in recognition of the care given to her late sister.
Students at a Dundee university have teamed up with a children's hospice to create a video game that can be played by children and young people with disabilities.
Christmas is always a poignant time for families at CHAS because for some children, it may be their last.
Becoming a mum was always a dream of Pauline Campbell’s, so when she gave birth to baby Ruby that dream came true. But her brave little daughter had health complications, meaning she needed round-the-clock care. Pauline, from Edinburgh, felt alone – but one charity that has helped her family ever since is Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS). Here, Pauline shares her touching story as she backs CHAS’ Urgent Christmas Appeal 2018...
CHRISTMAS is a special time for most families and parents are busy doing whatever they can to ensure this is the best time of the year for their family.
IT has been the first car for generations of drivers and the jaunty red and yellow motor is a famous around the world.
IF you want proof of the impact the Oor Hoose appeal for Robin House had you just have to look at the smiles on the faces of the children, parents and staff.
IF you want to raise cash for our Oor Hoose appeal for Robin House children’s hospice, HAIR is the perfect way to do it.
IT may look like nothing more than a sea of mud and concrete with a fence round it, but there’s a lot of love and hope mixed in with the muck.
MAGNIFICENT mum Claire Moir is all set to put her best foot forward this Sunday in aid of Robin House.