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proceeds from
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PoppyScotland charity

lest we forget


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With remembrance day just a few days away we all
agreed to donate £500 to
the PoppyScotland charity 2006.
Further donations ... see below


The Earl Haig Fund Scotland was founded in 1921 with the aim of providing practical help in time of need to all who served in the Armed Forces and their dependants.
The Fund is a registered charity and the principal means of raising money is through the Scottish Poppy Appeal.
which takes place every November in the week leading up to Remembrance Sunday.
 On this day services are held at war memorials throughout the country to pay tribute to the Fallen.


supports other ex-Service organisations.
               Charities who have received support from the Fund include:


Provides residential, nursing and dementia care in purpose-built homes and each years cares for more 550 ex-Service men and women of all ages in permanent and respite care.
Ex-Services Mental Welfare Society (Combat Stress)
The charity helps ex-Service men and women suffering from psychological disability as a result of their service.
The "Not Forgotten" Association
Provides entertainment and recreation for Service and ex-Service disabled people, through concerts, parties, outings and the provision of TVs.
The Royal British Legion Scotland
A membership organisation providing comradeship and welfare to the ex-Service community through its 210 branches and clubs, as well as acting as a pressure group to lobby government.
Scottish Veterans' Residences
Founded in 1910 and provides accommodation for ex-Service people. Has three homes in Scotland; Whitefoord House and the Murray Home, both in Edinburgh, and Rosendael in Broughty Ferry.
Veterans Scotland
An organisation established to co-ordinate ex-Service charities and act as a focal point for all ex-Service matters

RESIDENTIAL CARE: Poppyscotland's residential home in Glasgow, Flanders House, provided a high standard of care in a homely environment to the ex-Service community for over 50 years.

BENEVOLENCE: The Earl Haig Fund Scotland provides direct financial assistance to ex‑Service men, women and their dependants in need, who reside in Scotland. Advice and financial assistance is offered to ex-Service people and their dependants from the Fundís office in Edinburgh. Examples of help given include advice on claiming benefits, provision of household items, help with personal needs, such as clothing, travel, medicine, education assistance, disability and mobility help, and liaison with local authorities and ex-Service charities.

DISABLED EMPLOYMENT: The Edinburgh-based Lady Haig's Poppy Factory employs 24 disabled ex-Service men who hand-assemble Scotland's poppies and wreaths and is supported by the Earl Haig Fund Scotland.
As well as poppy and wreath production the Factory boasts an in-house picture framing department, where a professional service is offered at competitive prices.

There is also a printing department which is open to the public. With competitive prices and a wide range of products, from colour copying and business cards to invitations and raffle tickets.

Have a look at the PoppyScotland website to see the wonderful work they do.

lest we forget

Nov.2006 a £500 donation sent to PoppyScotland
Nov.2007 a £300 donation sent to PoppyScotland
Nov.2009 a £500 donation sent to PoppyScotland
2010, 2011, 2012, 2014,  £200 donations sent to PoppyScotland
2015, 2016, 2017,  £200 donations sent to PoppyScotland
2018, 2019, 2021,  £200 donations sent to PoppyScotland    
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