Project information

Project Caravan 2011

Scottish Cancer Support sends cancer sufferers on respite holidays to our two existing static caravans based in Ayr and Berwick-on-Tweed. In 2010 we were over-subscribed by 100%. To meet demand we need to raise approx. £100,000 for two new caravans + disabled access for 2011.

Till the money is raised

Charity information: Scottish Cancer Support

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  • Need


    To meet the demand put upon our resources and not disappoint cancer sufferers which we were forced to do in 2010.


    The addition of two caravans will at least alleviate the current demand experienced in 2010. It is likely that we will continue with this project beyond the immediate need for the additional accomodation as finance allows.

  • Aims

    Aim 1

    To send cancer sufferers on much needed holiday breaks.


    » Raise the required money to purchase the caravans.

    What success will look like

    Success will be...achieving our immediate goal in adding these caravans to meet demand.

  • Impact


    Not to disappoint as single cancer sufferer or their families, by being able to accomodate all that apply in 2011


    There are no risks.... we simply have to raise the cash needed.


    Happy to keep all donors informed on our progress.

  • Budget

    Budget - Project Cost: £102,000

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      Amount Heading Description
      £89,000 2 x Caravans To be sited in Scotland, one def. In South Ayrshire
      £13,000 2 x disabled access verandahs Legal requirement

    Current Funding / Pledges

    Source Amount
    South Ayrshire Council £10,000 Conditional
  • Background


    1 x Caravan to be sited in South Ayrshire as a condition of the £10,000 being donated by South Ayrshire Council.
    We are currently considering sites throughout Scotland, and would be open to any doner offer being geographically conditional.


    Cancer sufferers and their families.

  • Why Us?

    Why Us?

    It is already part of our remit as a Charity to provide holidays for cancer sufferers.

    Read more about the Charity running this project.


    Jim Draper

    Funding and Fund Raising Manager for Scottish Cancer Support.