CHSS Advice Line
No one should have to recover alone. We’re here to support you with our services, resources and health information.
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Our Hospital to Home services are here to help you recover well at home and give you the support you need to live life to the full.
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Get free, confidential advice and support from our Advice Line nurses. No question is too big or too small.
Every day people in Scotland are leaving hospital feeling scared and alone. But you can help us change this.
Join Scotland’s Fundraising Heroes by getting involved with one of our exciting events or challenges!
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You can make sure stroke survivors in Scotland like Troy get the support they need after returning home from hospital.
We are Scotland’s largest health charity working to help people with chest, heart and stroke conditions live life to the full.
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Find out about the incredible impact your support is having and the amazing things you’re helping to achieve.
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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!
Our Hospital to Home service works directly with NHS heroes to make sure that nobody has to recover alone. You and your colleagues have the power to make sure people with chest, heart and stroke conditions get the support they really need when they return home from hospital.
There are many ways to get together and get involved to fundraise at work:
Got a creative idea for fundraising? From bake sales to ultramarathons, we’re here to help you every (recipe) step along the way! Contact us today and your local fundraiser will help you bring your fundraising adventure to life.
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By making us your charity of the year, you’ll be helping us to support those suffering with chest, heart and stroke conditions and helping to raise awareness of the work that we do. Get in touch if you’d like to discuss this with us!
Nothing boosts team morale more than working together for a worthy cause. Employer supported volunteering can improve productivity, communication and work skills while doing a lot of good for your local community.
Cheerlead as a team at one of our fundraising events. Whether you’re taking part in one of our awesome events, volunteering to help the event run smoothly, or cheering on your colleagues, a fundraising event is an enjoyable day out for the whole team!
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!
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.”
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.
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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.