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Strathcarron Challenges 2024

Strathcarron Hospice are running a series of challenges throughout 2024 which will thrill and excite, in order to help raise vital funds for the hospice.

Have you got it in you to take on any of the challenges and be a fundraising champion at the same time?

The events are as follows:

Strathcarron SkyDive: 24th August

Are you brave enough to take on the ultimate challenge for Strathcarron Hospice? You will jump from a height of 10,000ft, free falling and reaching speeds of up to 120mph all while raising vital funds for your local hospice!  A tandem skydive allows you to enjoy an adrenaline-fuelled freefall, using a dual harness, you are securely attached to a fully qualified and experienced instructors who will guide you through the whole jump from the exit, in free-fall, flying the parachute and finally the landing.

To find out more and to register your place, click on the button below:


Zip Slide: 7th September

Join us for this unique and thrilling way to see Glasgow's cityscape whilst raising much-needed funds for Strathcarron Hospice. This is a 100ft high and 1245ft long challenge, launching off from a crane next to the stunning Glasgow Riverside Museum, it’s a challenge not to be missed!

To find out more and to register your place, click on the button below:

Strathcarron Hospice supports people across Forth Valley, Cumbernauld and Kilsyth living with a life limiting condition. Their teams help to make every moment count for patients and their families, so that they can live well with their illness and make the most of the time they have, and when the time comes, to die well.

As well as In- Patient and Hospice at Home care, their highly skilled multidisciplinary teams include Nursing teams, Patient and Family Support (social work), Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Pharmacist, Chaplains, Complementary Therapists, Consultants in Palliative Medicine and Specialty Doctors.

Strathcarron Hospice needs to raise £15,000 every day to provide these services free of charge to those who need it. The team are very grateful to the Central FM listeners and partners and all the people and businesses across the community who support their work and allow them to continue to deliver their vital services.

Together, Central FM and Strathcarron Hospice have raised over £980,000 since 2018. This amazing amount is made up of hundreds of donations - every penny really does add up. Just £10 can give a hand or foot massage to a patient to relieve stress and anxiety; your £24 can pay for a full hour of nursing care.

Whatever you can manage to donate is very much appreciated and will go straight to patient care right here in the Forth Valley.


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