Corporate Social Responsibility

This year we are supporting SAMH

Our firm's charity of the year for 2017 is the Scottish Association for Mental Health (SAMH). Since the beginning of the year we have been working hard to raise as much money as we can for their cause. We have done this by having monthly raffles, dress down days, bake sales, Pancake Day and by letting our staff do some incredible things such as the Forth Rail Bridge Abseil and the Kiltwalk. We have much more planned for the rest of the year and hope that the money we raise makes a difference to the work that SAMH does for people with mental health issues.

In 2016 we raised over £6600 for MS Society Scotland

Through a variety of fundraising activities such as bake sales, dress down days, raffles and events including the Forth Rail Bridge Abseil, tandem skydive and Tough Mudder.

In 2015 we raised over £4000 for CHAS

We raised over £4000 for CHAS (Children's Hospice Association Scotland) by holding monthly raffles, dress down days, bake sales and our staff embarking on the Forth Rail Bridge Abseil and the Caledonian Challenge.

We raised over £1,000 for Dyslexia Scotland in 2014

We were really inspired by Sir Jackie Stewart and Cathy Magee, Chief Executive of Dyslexia Scotland when they visited our offices in 2013. They spoke of the work that Dyslexia Scotland do and their mission to encourage and enable people with dyslexia to reach their potential.