'What We Do' - Internationally
Regularly updated to keep you informed
We dedicate a proportion of the money we receive each year as donations from the public to charities operating internationally. The proportion varies according to perceived priorities but it averages between 30% and 40% of the total received
Our policy is to direct our contributions particularly to small independent charities with a Scottish connection where our contribution can make a difference.
For information on the charities supported in 2012-13 see 'Related Pages and CLICK on the headings for a description of the charity and the sum donated.
All of the money received from the public goes wholly to our selected charities. There are no administrative costs.
Computers to Africa - from despatch to arrival and use
Members of our Club work with volunteers from the Turing Trust to recycle computers for use in schools in Africadetails
Our Nepal Earthquake Appeal, 9 May 2015
Our team were collecting in aid of Nepal to fund ShelterBoxes at The Gyle Shopping Centre on Saturday 9 May 2015details
Graham Dane from Currie Visits the Turing Trust in Ghana
Graham's report and images available from this pagedetails
A New Computer for the AHREM School, Thailand
President Roy Stirrat presented a cheque to David Fisher at our Club meeting on 13 November 2013. The photo is of Committee Chair Rodger Thom (left) and David Fisherdetails