The Charities We Are Supporting

You can now donate to our three chosen charities using the 'Donate' buttons on our homepage.

Tickets sales also go to charity. Please purchase your tickets directly from Sweet Venues on 0131 243 3596. 

It doesn't matter who you choose to donate to, someone, somewhere will benefit from your help. So start clicking!

Help for Heroes provides direct, practical support to wounded, injured and sick Service personnel, veterans, and their families. This is provided through grants to individuals and other Service charities, capital build projects and support for life at our four Recovery Centres across the UK.

"It's about the 'blokes', our men and women of the Armed Forces. It's about Derek, a rugby player who has lost both his legs, it's about Carl whose jaw is wired up so he has been drinking through a straw. It's about Richard who was handed a mobile phone as he lay on the stretcher so he could say goodbye to his wife. It's about Ben, it's about Steven and Andy and Mark, it's about them all. They are just blokes but they are our blokes; they are our heroes. We want to help our heroes." Bryn Parry, 30th September 2007 ...

"When Daddy doesn't come marching home". That just says it all really. Loss. Scotty's Little Soldiers is dedicated to supporting the children of men and women killed whilst serving in the British Armed Forces. Army Widow Nikki Scott set up the charity in August 2010 to help the children our fallen heroes leave behind after her own husband Corporal Lee Scott was sadly killed in Afghanistan in July 2009 leaving behind her and their two young children.

Erskine has been looking after our veterans for almost 100 years and is the leading care organisation for ex-Service men and women in Scotland. The desperate shortage of artificial limbs for amputees returning from the war was resolved by the hospital's first great surgeon, Sir William Macewen. Recruiting skilled workers from the nearby Clydeside shipyards, the Erskine limb was soon devised and over 600 fitted. Carefully crafted much of the work was done by the patients themselves. Today Erskine remains committed to looking after Scotland's ex-Service and Serving men and women for as long as the need is there. An on-going development programme is in place to ensure that we meet the needs of this brave community in the future. Everyone at Erskine shares the sentiment expressed by Prince Charles’ during the opening ceremony over a decade ago, "I am very proud of Erskine's strong tradition of caring."