Last week, in advance of the launch of our summer fundraising campaign, we hosted an internal pre-launch to share with staff and volunteers the first play of our radio advert; a major part of our campaign.
We have been informed by Blackbaud, one of the world’s largest providers of customer relationship management systems, that they have been the victim of a cyberattack. You may have seen this in the news already. As they are a third-party service provider, this breach has unfortunately affected many organisations and charities worldwide, including CHAS.
To coincide with national Teddy Bear Picnic Day last week, staff at CHAS wouldn’t let a global pandemic get in the way of making sure that children with complex health conditions could take part in the annual event.
An inspirational Elgin teenager and her sisters have smashed their fundraising target as they approach the halfway mark of a challenge they’ve taken on for Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS), whose homecare staff are helping shield the family.
A group of remarkable teenagers who cope with complex health conditions have taken part in a weekend of specially organised bake-offs, escape rooms and online gaming as part of a new wraparound virtual hospice service provided by Children’s Hospices Across Scotland - made possible by a unique collaboration with Abertay University, Scottish Gas and Amazon.