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£585raised of £1,000 target by 24 supporters

    Weʼve raised £585 to replace the hydrobath at Scotland's only veterans mental health residential treatment center.

    Funded on Wednesday, 17th April 2019

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    The hydrobath at the veterans mental health treatment center Hollybush House has been out of service for over four years. As this center rely solely on donations to treat our veterans with post traumatic stress and other mental health issues, getting the bath fixed isn't high in their priorities. The issue here is that a lot of veterans with mental health conditions also suffer with other debilitating physical ailments. The hydrobath for some is extremely important and sometimes is the only way to help relieve the severe pain they are experiencing. The majority of veterans length of stay at Hollybush can be up to six weeks at a time. That's a long time to be without the facilities that can ease the pain.
    The Widow's Sons a motorcycle riding association has already done the ground work by sourcing the tradesmen, new hydrobath and accessories needed but we are still £1000 short of target this is funds needed for the specialist tradesmen to fit the hoses and jets to the bath itself. The whole project was priced at around £5000 so they have done a fantastic job so far and can't thank them enough. We need the £1000 quickly as the guys are ready to get on with the job and get this much needed bath fitted soon as.
    The service provided by the team at Hollybush House is second to none they are extremely professional and really care about the work they do. This new bath will be really appreciated by all. The lads and lassies really need this bath and hopefully with your help we can give them this vital piece of equipment that will make there stay that bit more easier. Thank you for reading and thanks in advance for your support.

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    • Charlie Stewart9 months ago
      Charlie Stewart

      Charlie Stewart

      9 months ago
      Update from the Page owner

      Can I ask if you can't afford to donate but believe in the cause could you please share this fundraiser. A share in itself can be priceless and you would be helping us reach the target with a simple share. Remember even if you can only spare one or two pounds it all helps. Peace and love to all you amazing people. You are all stars. X

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    24

    • Daniel Trampenau

      Daniel Trampenau

      Jan 31, 2019

      X

      £20.00

    • Euan Cameron

      Euan Cameron

      Jan 8, 2019

      Always glad to help a worthy cause, and a call for help from a brother and a fellow widow son.

    • Andy Rankin

      Andy Rankin

      Jan 8, 2019

      Keep up the good work raising the money Bro

      £10.00

    • William McGregor

      William McGregor

      Jan 8, 2019

      Hope this helps Willie Mac WSS

      £20.00

    • The In-laws

      The In-laws

      Dec 26, 2018

      This donation is from some family members. I have just put the cash together to save doing it twice.

      £55.00

    • Craig Webster

      Craig Webster

      Dec 23, 2018

      £10.00

    • Anonymous

      Anonymous

      Dec 23, 2018

      Hopefully the hydro bath will be up and running soon. Keep up the good work my brother

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