Fundraising & Support
Recent Events and News
There are several fundraising events happening in the near future:
Fenella Petrie and Kate Hosford have generously donated their time and talent to design 5 Christmas Cards for us. Please see menu on the right for more information and how to order.
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Recent Highlights include:
Greig and Fiona Duncan organised a fantastic Halloween Dance in Kirkliston raising over £600.
Andrew and Robby’s Highland Cycle has raised over £6,000 to date. For more information, please see menu on the right.
To make a donation to the Maddy Steel Charitable Trust: please click on one of the buttons below:
Further Fundraising & Support Information
Heather’s Wolf Run
On September 3rd, 2017 Maddy’s Aunt Heather Steel-Jones and her brave friends Sophie Hartford and Holly Smith took part in the Wolf Run to raise funds for “The Maddy Fund”. The Wolf Run is an approx. 10k off-road run featuring a series of man-made and natural obstacles located throughout the course.
It is extremely gruelling and we are thrilled that the “pack” raised over £1700 for us. As Heather and Holly are nurses, we have earmarked this money to pay for bursaries for nurses (both adult and paediatric) to attend the BCCA conference in November.
Running the Edinburgh Marathon
Cameron Ford is running the Edinburgh marathon on 29th May 2016 and is raising funds for the Madeleine Steel Charitable Trust. We wish him all the best for the big day.
If you would like to support Cameron’s wonderful efforts, here is his Fundraising Page
Judith continues to be very busy producing her wonderful cakes. Here are a selection of these beautiful and delicious culinary creations.
The Highland Cycle – The Blog
If you would like to make a donation, please visit our Justgiving site:
In May 2010, Freddie and Harry (and Nonny and Andrew) ran in the Bupa Mini Run in Edinburgh to raise funds for the Maddy Fund. They raised over £3000 by jogging 1.5 km around a circuit in Holyrood Park. There was terrific support by the rest of the family with cousins Bruno and Luc also running accompanied by Auntie Saz and Uncle Robby.