Toolstop Charity Donations Update

Exactly one year ago, Calum Kegg, MD at Toolstop donated his right kidney to his sister Kirsty. He wrote a book - Seven Days to Save a Life - about what he Seven Days to Save a Lifedescribes as a "Thrilling Experience". READ THE BOOK HERE


Kirsty had been diagnosed with kidney failure a few years earlier and since the transplant now lives a pretty normal lifestyle. In fact, exactly a year after receiving her new kidney she will run the Kyles10Miles fun run hoping to raise some serious cash for Kidney Research. DONATE HERE


Just after returning to work after the operation Calum realised that both his and Kirsty's lives were so much more improved and pledged to commit a percentage of the Toolstop profits to various charities to hopefully raise awareness of what these organisations do to enrich the lives of less fortunate people than himself, and thats what he's done.

Kidney ResearchIn the last year 25,000 has been added to the Toolstop charity account and charities such as Haven, Cash for Kids, Headway, Acorn Childrens Hospice, Yorkhill Childrens Hospital and Kilrymont Rotary Club have benefitted.


And, from 15th September, Toolstops Neil Bruce along with Calum and 28 other amateur ramblers will walk the West Highland Way with the hope of raising 50k for the Kidney Research charity. DONATE HERE or HERE
West Hilghland Way

Our own mark Hunter will walk the Great Wall of China at the end of September and Toolstop has donated 1000 for his charity, St. Andrews Hospice.


If you know of a deserving charity which Toolstop could support, we want to hear from you in the comments below.

Comments

Toolstop on Thu, 06 Sep 2012 10:31:12 +0100 (Likes: 0 / Dislikes: 0

Hi there, would you send through as many details as possible by email to feedback@toolstop.co.uk and I will see what we can arrange, thanks, Neil


Toxictoes009 on Thu, 06 Sep 2012 10:08:00 +0100 (Likes: 0 / Dislikes: 0

my friends son 13 is autistic and has been chosen along with 5 others from merkland school in kirkintilloch to compete at the special olympics next year BUT they have to raise a good portion of accomidation,transport,uniform costs themselfs it ammounts to £600.00 per child they ( patr of this is funded already) they have already had a quiz,fun night which raised enough to cover first installment They also have a donation from East Dunbartonshires Unison branch Any help would be much appreciated Iv also put seed in mr elsworthys head :D:D


Toolstop on Wed, 05 Sep 2012 09:25:37 +0100 (Likes: 0 / Dislikes: 0

Thanks Gareth


Gareth on Wed, 05 Sep 2012 09:18:12 +0100 (Likes: 0 / Dislikes: 0

Well done Toolstop! Nice to know.


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