The Viewmount is a newly refurbished and redecorated Boutique B&B (BB&B) in the Scottish Highlands.
Our Charity Champions - Donate & stand a chance to WIN.
May 5th, 2021
In each Newsletter, we highlight a specific CHARITY that we feel is worthy of support and donations.
By donating once (or as often as you wish) until 21st December 2021, we will enter your name into a prize draw.
We will announce the winner on 24th December 2021.
THERE IS ONLY 1 PRIZE
Estimated prize value - GBP 1,000
A FREE 3-NIGHT STAY for 2 adults in one of our newly refurbished rooms on a B&B basis
A luxury hamper filled with locally sourced produce
The winner must use the prize at a mutually convenient date and time during 2022 (subject to availability)
Excluded - travel costs, food at 3rd party restaurants, excursions and insurance.
HOW TO ENTER
DONATE TO HOURS OF HAPPINESS using ref "VIEWDEC"
DONATE TO SCOTTISH AMBULANCE SERVICE using ref "VIEWFEB"
DONATE TO BEFRIENDERS HIGLAND using ref "VIEWMAY"
2. USE INDICATED REFERENCE if possible
3. FORWARD CONFIRMATION OF DONATION BY E-MAIL to email@example.com
"Hours of Human Happiness works in Eastern Uganda to alleviate poverty. We support two villages mainly through school sponsorship programmes and also with infrastructure improvements - we have set up a micro-credit scheme, put in a water harvesting system, mended wells, built a home for older people and improved the school buildings - and we also sponsor students who would not otherwise be able to progress to tertiary education through scholarships at Livingstone international University in Mbale."
As the frontline of the NHS in Scotland and with over 5000 members of staff, the Scottish Ambulance Service provides an emergency ambulance service to a population of over 5 million people serving all of the nation’s mainland and island communities.
If you are interested in seeing more of what they do have a look at the website.
Befrienders Highland is a small voluntary organisation working to improve the lives of people who are lonely and isolated and have experience of mental ill health; memory difficulties or dementia and carers.
They work with adults, aged 18 and over, across the whole Highland Region of Scotland.
More information available on their website.