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  1. CHAS helping to measure the impact of volunteering in Scotland

    The Scottish Volunteering Forum is a collective of national volunteering organisations and intermediaries in Scotland promoting a shared recognition of the significance of volunteering to Scotland. We believe that increasing volunteering rates is critical to improving societal wellbeing in Scotland and by working together, we can raise the profile of volunteering, break down barriers, increase understanding and encourage more people to get involved.

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  2. Rotary Club of Girvan support CHAS with President's gift

    For many many years the Rotary Club of Girvan have supported CHAS and it is estimated that they and the people of Girvan and Dailly have donated over £32,000 to them over the years.

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  3. Glasgow ladies raise over £30,000 for CHAS

    Last week (Friday 25 May), the ladies of Glasgow dug deep to raise an amazing £30,291.75 for Children’s Hospices Across Scotland – better known as CHAS – at the city’s annual Ladies Lunch.

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  4. Friends of CHAS Bowlers take to the green at Kirkhill Bowling Club in Cambuslang.

    Friends of CHAS Bowlers took to the green once more, when they were welcomed back yet again to long time CHAS supporting Kirkhill Bowling Club in Cambuslang.

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  5. St Andrew's and St Marnock's Sunday School supporting CHAS for 18 years!

    St Andrew's and St Marnock's Sunday School have been great friends to CHAS for an amazing 18 years and on Sunday, Samantha Reilly, Community Fundraiser, went to see them again.

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