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Strip for Scotland - Scotland Top Day

Thanks for taking part in Strip for Scotland. Your money is already making a difference to the children and families who need your support this Christmas

How to get your money to us:

  • Your named organiser or another employee can pay all the donations by credit/debit card by calling the office on 0141 204 1025
  • Do not send cash by post. Send a cheque made payable to ‘Cash for Kids’ Suite 101-104, Baltic Chambers, 50 Wellington St, Glasgow G2 6HJ
  • Pay into any branch of the Royal Bank of Scotland. Sort code: 83 07 06. Account Number: 00 23 66 51. Please email us the date you paid it tin, pay-in slip no, name and exact amount email: clydeaction@csv.org.uk or post the pay-in slip plus event & contact details

Thank you!

A big ‘Hello!’ to all the staff and customers at Iceland Stores across Scotland

Check out their photos at www.clyde1.com

Mott McDonald, Atlantic Quay donated £300 raised at their bring and buy cake sale

Mott MacDonald

Thanks to Morag and all at Mott Macdonald.

Norfolkline Larkhall

Norfolkline

Staff at Norfolkline Larkhall managed to cover four decades of Scotland tops, dating back to the 1978 World Cup Strip, and raised £225. Norfolkline have matched this funding so that’s £450 to Cash for Kids for. Thanks to all.

Faslane Sailors & Staff

Navy

The kind-hearted Tartan Navy chaps at Her Majesty’s Naval Base Clyde, Faslane swapped their uniforms for Scotland strips and kilts, and raised over £1,100… with more to come. Thanks, Lads!

Richard Austin Alloys Ltd managed to raise £172.00

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Gaz Nursery

Clyde 2's Gary Marshall at Little Learners Nursery in Paisley. The staff and teachers designed and made their own Scotland Tops. Click above to hear the live broadcast, or here for an MP3.

Giant Scotland Top

Strathclyde Fire and Rescue came up with a unique way to take part in Strip for Scotland. A group of thirty fire fighters from Maryhill, Cowcaddens, Parkhead and Polmadie Fire Stations hoisted a 75 foot by 36 foot Scotland strip above the National Stadium at Hampden. Click above to hear the live report, or here for an MP3.

Bullet Express

Long-term Cash for Kids Supporters Bullet Express in Bothwell certainly know how to get their staff involved!

Thanks to YOU Strip for Scotland raised a whopping £82,500!

348 companies registered to take part: that’s a massive 23,531 people around Scotland wearing a Scotland top and Supporting Cash for Kids and the Scotland Team. Sir Tom Hunter boosted this total by donating a fantastic £50,000.

Well done to John McGeady Ltd of Crosshill, who bid for the last two Scotland tickets! Thanks also to Alfredo’s Bar in West Nile Street for all their support.

A big thanks to all the companies and individuals who are Stripping For Scotland on Friday 16th November: