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Fundraise at work

Whether you’re at home or working in the office, you and your colleagues can have fun and gain skills while raising money for us!

Have fun, gain skills, and get to know your colleagues better all while raising money for Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland.


Whether you’re providing products, donating through payroll or even getting involved in one of our events, all the money you raise goes towards our Community Healthcare Support Services. These services ensure that people with chest, heart, and stroke conditions or Long Covid get the support that they need when they need it most.


There are many ways to fundraise at work:

Payroll Giving

Ask your employer to donate a portion of your salary to us each month. Every donation makes a difference and all money raised in Scotland stays in Scotland. If you’re looking to provide payroll donations, contact us to find out more!

Gifts in Kind

Whether you provide products, services or professional advice, a gift in kind is an incredibly generous, valuable contribution to Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland. If you’d like to discuss this with us, please contact our fundraising team using the form below.

“We chose CHSS because this is a charity that helps people we know have suffered, from close friends and family to work colleagues.”

Working Together

David White, 42, and Joe Devlin, 43, have been friends and colleagues since they met as apprentices 26 years ago. They took on the challenge of walking the West Highland Way in just four days to raise funds for Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland – with the added bonus of ending the 96-mile trek by climbing Ben Nevis.

David says: “Joe and I have always worked together, and it was Joe’s brilliant idea to mark the occasion of knowing each other 25 years. He suggested we climb Ben Lomond or Nevis but then we agreed we needed a bigger challenge.”

Their hard work paid off big time as their employer, international spirits company the Edrington Group, promised to double match their total for the charity – raising well over £3,000 in total.

“We chose CHSS because this is a charity that helps people we know have suffered, from close friends and family to work colleagues. We also took advantage of the charity days we have from work,” adds Joe.

We’d love to hear from you

Want to start making a difference today?

Working alongside Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland staff and volunteers, your business can be the difference between someone just surviving and really living when they return home from hospital.

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