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Aerial Services Scotland – Behind the Scenes

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Welcome to the Aerial Services Scotland Blog

Aerial Services ScotlandWe’ve decided to start posting news items about all the things Aerial Services Scotland get up to when we’re not busy fitting TV Aerials and Satellite dishes to your homes!

We do so much in our local community and across the UK such as donate to charity, sponsor sports team and generally do what we can when we can – however due to the fast paced world we live in we dont always get the opportunity to tell people about all these things – so we’re working with our marketing company to help tell these stories through short blogs here on our Aerial Services Scotland blog.

Additionally, we will be launching a series of videos that are filmed behind the scenes at our HQ in Glasgow, and also with our Local TV Aerial Engineers that are situational all over the UK.

We also want to speak to YOU if you’ve used our Home Services in the past, as we would like to start filming some video testimonials to help

Thanks for reading – and check back soon to read more in this series.

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Jenny Baker, Supporter Relations
February 24, 2021 5:21 pm

Dear James,

Thank you so much for the kind gift of £50.00, from Aerial Services Ltd, in response to our recent Street Life supporter magazine. Your donation will help change the lives of children like Eva.

Ten-year old Eva’s family’s struggles worsened during the pandemic when her father lost his job and her mother fell ill. With her mother in hospital and her father out looking for work, Eva took on the responsibility of caring for her four younger siblings at home and struggled to keep up with her studies.

Fortunately, thanks to support like yours, Eva has been supported by our partner to attend online classes and continue learning at home – which has been a vital lifeline for her. Eva said, “I want the pandemic to end soon so that I can go to school and study freely! I miss my friends and my teachers.”

Thank you so much for standing alongside us to change the world for street children. I know that these are challenging times that we find ourselves in so please be assured that now, more than ever, your support really does mean so much.

Best wishes

Jenny

Jenny Baker
Supporter Relations

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PDSA Saving Pets, Changing Lives
January 26, 2021 11:30 am

Dear Aerial Express,

On behalf of the thousands of pets PDSA has helped with your generous support, we’d like to say thank you.

Regards,
PDSA

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Robert and all the staff at Aerial Services Scotland
As we embark on another year of flying light aircraft to the most remote parts of the world your gift enables us to bring hope to isolated people living in poverty. With your help we can reach them to provide basic needs; food, shelter, water and sanitation, medical services, educational support and so much more. Thank you.

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Maxine Carter The Donkey Sanctuary
December 30, 2020 12:04 pm

Dear Aerial Express,

Thank you for being part of our family and for putting donkeys at its heart. Your support has helped achieve so much during this unpredictable year, providing love and care to the donkeys and mules who need it most.

You have ensured our resident donkeys and mules continue to receive expert care, a warm safe stable to rest in and countryside to explore and graze.

To show our thanks, click here & watch this special video and see how we have all come together for donkeys, with you as part of our family.

Thanks again,
Maxine Carter, The Donkey Sanctuary

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Dear Robert,

What can I say other than thank you, thank you and thank you again, from the bottom of my heart. I am simply overwhelmed and humbled by the kindness you have shown to street children this Christmas.
Thanks to support like yours, children on the streets have been able to receive the best Christmas present of all this year – their birth certificates. It really is incredible to think of the absolute joy these children will have felt at receiving this treasured piece of paper – a document that proves that they officially exist, that they matter and that they will be protected from now on. What a truly happy way to end the year!
For children who received their birth certificates this Christmas, the new year marks the start of their new lives as officially recognised and registered citizens. How amazing is that! If you would like to learn more about our birth registration work, you can tune into the latest episode of our Stories from the Street podcast, available on all good podcast channels including Apple podcasts, Spotify, or by clicking here.

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Bryan Stevenson Executive Director
December 22, 2020 11:58 am

Dear Friend,

Thank you for supporting the Equal Justice Initiative. Your generosity makes our work possible and we are grateful. We are pleased to share a report on our activity this year. Click here to view the report.

With thanks,

Bryan Stevenson
Executive Director

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Carly Robb - Watson
December 17, 2020 6:08 pm

Aerial Express Scotland Ltd.,

Thank you for your recent donation of £50. Like Mercy Ships, you believe that everyone deserves access to safe, affordable healthcare no matter where they live. You are helping to make a real, lasting difference to so many people.

Thank you.
Carly Robb-Watson

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Dear Aerial Services Scotland,

Thank you so much for your kind gift of £50 to help bring clean water, sanitation and hygiene to people all over the world. You are helping create a world where clean water, soap and good hygiene will be normal for every health centre, and every community. Thank you so much for your support.

Best wishes,
Charley Day
WaterAid

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Geoffrey Dennis - Chief Executive SPANA
December 16, 2020 11:33 am

Dear Aerial Express,

Thank you very much for your generous donation of £50. We are so grateful that you chose to support SPANA with this gift, especially during this incredibly difficult time.

With kind regards,
Geoffrey Dennis
Chief Executive SPANA

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Cancer Support UK
December 16, 2020 10:34 am

Dear Aerial Express,
There are lots of things I’d like to tell you today, but let me start with two words: thank you. You generosity has helped fund 3,529 Cancer Kits in 2020. These have provided a comforting and distracting boost to children and adults going through the emotional and physical roller of cancer treatment.

Cancer Support UK

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Andy Milligan - National Director Mission India
December 15, 2020 9:19 pm

Dear Aerial Services Scotland,

Thank you for your generous gift of £50 we received on 15th December 2020 to help give children in India the chance to be part of a Children’s Bible club for an entire year!

God Bless and Merry Christmas
Andy Milligan
National Director

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Biswajit Pal - Field Officer, Cox's Bazzar Baitush Sharaf Hospital
December 15, 2020 4:19 pm

Dear Aerial Express,

I am writing to thank you for your generous gift of £50 in response to my recent letter, which Orbis received on 10th December 2020. Thanks to matched funding your gift will go towards helping double the number of people who need vital eye care.

Biswajit Pal
Field Officer, Cox’s Bazzar Baitush Sharaf Hospital

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John Savage - Director, The Bible Network
December 15, 2020 12:28 pm

Aerial Express,

Thank you so much for your generous gift of £50 to bring the Bible’s peace, hope and joy to children living in the hardest of circumstances.

John Savage
Director, The Bible Network

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Kelly Muller Supporter Care Manager
November 27, 2020 11:55 am

Thank you for being part of the movement to end hunting, shooting, snaring and animal-fighting. Your generous donation of £50 that you sent to us has gone a long way to helping persecuted animals.

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Dear Friends,

With Black Friday around the corner and Giving Tuesday next week, it’s the best time to get your Christmas shopping in and support our work at Christian Aid. Don’t spend your hard-earned cash on the same old gifts – who needs another pair of socks, or an ugly Christmas jumper? Instead you can give a gift that sparks generosity and transforms lives this Christmas. With our Charity Gifts, your special recipient receives a cheerful card that spreads the Christmas message and could help marginalised families and communities around the world.

Have a browse through the Christian Aid Charity Gifts website and you’ll find the perfect present ideas you need for all of your friends and family.

It might be cocoa saplings for your sweetheart; or you could send clean water to that friend of yours who loves a drink. Or maybe you’ll buy some fruit trees for a green-fingered relative.

Whatever you choose, we guarantee you’ll be giving a gift that will surprise and delight – and bring the chance of a brighter, healthier future for children and families in some of the world’s poorest communities so click here: https://charity-gifts.christianaid.org.uk/

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Paul Dunning Partnership Manager
November 24, 2020 3:54 pm

Thank you for your recent gift of £50 from Aerial Services Scotland. MAF Tanzania Chief Pilot and Director of Operations Kirstein Combrink recently shared his account of the positive outcome of a difficult decision the team had to make during the Covid-19 crisis. Again, thank you for helping to provide the recourses we need to help us save lives in low income countries around the world.

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Thank you for your generous gift of £50. It helped us to provide Relief Kits for families in India so they can stop relying on child labour.

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Dear Robert,

Thank you for signing up to receive updates from Christian Aid. We look forward to keeping you up to date with the latest news about our work in the UK and around the world in our fight against poverty. In the meantime, please watch our video or visit our website to learn more about our latest projects and events.
Christian Aid

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John Savage Director, The Bible Network
November 19, 2020 9:32 am

Thank you so much for your special Christmas gift of £50.

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Thank you so much for your recent donation of £50 in response to the Autumn edition of BookMark newsletter. As you discovered in the newsletter, your support has helped children from some of the most isolated and marginalised communities across Africa continue learning despite suffering from an interrupted education this year

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We want to say a big thank you for your generous support of WaterAid. Your £50 will help us transform the lives of vulnerable communities around the world.Thanks to you, we can give more communities access to clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene, and change lives for good.

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Please accept my heartfelt thanks for your £50 donation and supporting Amnesty International UK’s campaign towards ending financial support for the illegal settlements and de-legitimising the annexation of occupied Palestinian territories.

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On behalf of The Salvation Army thank you for your support, your donation helps to transform lives

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I wanted to thank you for sending a gift of £50 and supporting our efforts to make the world a better place for animals in need.

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Lieu-Colonel Dean Pallant
November 3, 2020 2:17 pm

What a warm & welcome joy it was to receive your donation of £50 the other day. Thank you so much for supporting my recent appeal for funds. It means a lot.

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Thank you for supporting us again with your recent kind gift – it is much appreciated by all here at The Donkey Sanctuary. Your gift really will make a difference, helping to change the lives of donkeys across the world.

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Dear Mr McIver,
A huge thank you from me and everyone at RNIB for your kind support. As Director of Services, I know first – hand how your donations had a life-changing impact on the lives of people with sight loss during the coronavirus crisis. As someone who’s been blind all my life, I know how important it is to feel connected, so my thanks to you really does come from the heart.

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Tezera Kifle Desta
September 21, 2020 12:58 pm

Dear Mr R McIver,
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I am writing to thank you for your generous gift of £50 in response to my recent letter, which Orbis receiver on 16/09/2020. As you’ll know only too well from your personal experience, when the coronavirus pandemic hit, it hid hard. Orbis was challenged like never before, worried we would not be able to deliver our vital care safely, we desperately called for help. Because of your contribution, Mr McIver, we will be able t meet this challenge head on.
Best wishes,
Tezera Kifle Desta

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Thank you so much for your generous support to people who have survived torture. Thanks to amazing supporters like you, they had finally found something that helpem them cope with their trauma. Thank you!

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Thank you do much for your generous gift of £50. It is such an encouragement to know that you are partnering with us each day. I see this as a wonderful sign of God’s grace and favour You are enabling Premier to reach more and more people with the Gospel by helping Christians live out their faith, each and every day.

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Dear Mr McIver,
Your gifts in support of our humanitarian work since 2012 have given so much hope to the most impoverished children, and their families, around the world. Each year, your support helps us to maintain these programmes and provide for the daily needs of 20,000 of the world’s poorest children.

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Dear Mr McIver,
Thank you for your recent generous gift of £50. It brings me great joy to know you continue to think of others during a difficult time for us all. Your generosity in providing desperately needed Bibles to those who long for the comfort of His Word speaks volumes about your kindness and compassion. Your generous gift will make a huge difference in so many lives.

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All of the staff at Aerial Services Scotland
Thank you for your continued support for the work of MAF. Your recent gift is timely. The global coronavirus outbreak has dramatically affected everyone, and charities will be facing a reduction in income. At the same time the work that we are doing to reach out to the most isolated people in the world is more vital than ever. Thank you for your encouragement from all of us at MAF UK.

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Thank you for your generous gift of £100 from Aerial Services Scotland Ltd towards the work of MAF. I emailed a receipt for your records. In Papua New Guinea, Wewak based MAF pilot Wilfred Knigge flew almost 10,000 kilos of school supplies from Vanimo to Telefomin. We are so grateful to Wilfred for his commitment, which will help provide a better future for the children in PNG. We could not do it without the support of people like you.
With our blessings for you, your family and your business.

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Dear Mr McIver,
Thank you for supporting ethnic minorities in Xinjiang. Please accept my heartfelt thanks for your kind donation of £50 to Amnesty International UK, which has now been processed. Without you and other generous supporters, we simply wouldn’t be able to carry out our vital research into human rights abuses like those we’re seeing in Xinjiang.

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Wilfrid Cardinal Napier OFM
February 2, 2020 5:10 pm

Dear Mr McIver,
They say that it’s the thought that counts, but your action changes lives. Thnak you for putting your thoughts into action with your donation of £50 after receiving your copy of Zulu Mission News. Your gift has been gratefully received as the beginning of any year somehow brings with it unexpected needs and costs. Your generosity will help to meet them.

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Thank you for helping to grow the impossible. Your generous gift of £50 will help some of the poorest communities in the world to overcome the effect of climate change. In North Darfur, Sudan, we are already working alongside communities to re-green arid desert land, turning it into lush fields and forests. On behalf of the families and communities we work with in Sudan and around the world – thank you!

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Thank you for being part of the story. I am visiting your website to say thank you for your generous gift of £50. Your support is what allows our volunteers, like Bob, to be there every day of the year for people like Sophie, who you will have read about in my last letter to you. Even on Christmas Day, somebody who is struggling to cope will call Samaritans, That call will be answered by one our dedicated volunteers, but it only thanks to supporters like you that this can happen. You make the connection possible.

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Lieut-Colonel Dean Pallant
December 23, 2019 6:10 pm

If nobody else says this to you today, (and I hope they do), I’d like to say that you are indeed a wonderful person, a Christmas Star! We’ve just received your donation of £50 to our Christmas appeal and I wanted to say a really warm and deeply sincere ‘Thank you’ for your kindness and generosity on behalf of The Salvation Army.

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Thank you for supporting Nasrin and women in Iran. Please accept my heartfelt thanks for your kind donation of £50 to Amnesty International UK, which was processed today. Your donation could help Amnesty International pile pressure on the Iranian authorities through publicity and campaigning. It is only with your support that we can call human rights abusers to account and secure the release of prisoners of conscience like Nasrin. Thank you once again for making our vital work possible.

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Thank you so much – your Christmas gift of £50 has helped bring Juliette’s hopes for her grandchildren even closer to reality.

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Janine Moorcroft
November 1, 2019 5:07 pm

When I sat down to write this comment, thanking you for your generous gift of £50, I found myself wondering: where are right now, as you read these words? Your great gift will help us to build six new flats in Stourbridge. But this is about more than bricks and mortar. You’ve played a part in giving six new community members a home of their own. Thank you again on behalf of Camphill Village Trust.

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Thank you for your generous contribution of £50 you gave on 10/10/2019 towards our ministry programmes in India. This is such an encouragement. It will help us to reach more lives with the Good News of Jesus Christ. Your faithfulness and partnership means lives will be transformed.

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Thank you for making a huge difference to children with brain injury. Thank you for your gift of £50 to The Children’s Trust and for supporting children with brain injury and neurodisability, like Maeva whose story you will have read about in inspire.

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Thank you so much for your recent donation of £50 received on 11 July 2019. Thanks to your generous gift, more midwives like Betty in Sierra Leone can now find the life-saving information they need to help pregnant women and new mothers in their communities. Civil war and Ebola shattered Sierra Leone’s healthcare infrastructure, contributing to the present day’s high mortality rate. Last year we sent 7,072 medical books to healthcare workers on the front line in Sierro Leone. Each book can help save a life.

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You’ve made me very happy! Your donation of £50 to my appeal letter was kind and thoughtful and I would like you to know just how much I appreciate your generosity. Thank you!

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Please accept my warmest thanks for your gift of £50 to provide God’s Word where it’s needed most. Thanks to Aerial Services, God’s Kingdom is advancing one life at a time, all around the world as more people hear the gospel and respond with their hearts. Once again, thank you so much for the part you are playing in sharing His Word – you are making a difference for eternity.

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Thank you for the time and care you have shown for others with this gift of £50 from Aerial Services Scotland Ltd.

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Thank you for your generous contribution of £50 you gave on 08 March 2019 towards our ministry programmes in India. This year around 6 million children will be reached through our network of Bible Clubs across India. Many will then go on to enjoy our year-long clubs where their new faith will be strengthened. Thank you again for your kind gift and prayers which means we can see God do great things in the beautiful country of India.

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Humanity & Inclusion would like to thank you for your kind donation towards our work in Yemen.
Thanks to your support, we will be able to continue to help disabled and vulnerable people, by meeting their basic needs, improving their living conditions and promoting respect for their dignity and fundamental rights.
Thank you once again for your support!

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Thank you so much for your generous donation of £50 to our Christmas Appeal. I hope your Christmas was happy and restful.

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I just wanted to let you know that you are amazing. I am so grateful for your recent donation of £50 to our Christmas Appeal – you generosity will help us to give even more street children in Latin America the opportunity to receive their birth certificate, with just a print of their fingertip. Thank you.

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Thank you for doing something wonderful today. Your kind donation of £50 will make a real difference to working animals and the owners that depend on them in some of the world’s poorest communities. Like you we believe that every working animal deserves to be treated with humanity and kindness. Together with Aerial Services we are working towards a day when animal suffering ceases to exist. Until then, thanks to you we will be there for them when they need us.

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Thank you so much for the wonderful gift you sent us to help children with cancer across the country. Thanks to supporters like you, we can be there for families throughout their cancer journey, ensuring they can spend as much time together as possible.
Your kind gift of £50.00 could help the vital welfare projects we fund, which would not be possible without the kindness of our supporters, and we can’t thank you enough.
On behalf of all of us here at Children with Cancer UK I want to say a massive thank you for your continued support.
Best wishes,
Lizzie Ball
Supporter Care Team

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From everyone at Action Against Hunger, I wanted to extend a huge thank you for your kind donation. Your support allows us to fight child malnutrition around the world!

Thanks!

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Thank you to everyone at Aerial & Satellite Express for your kind donations to Samaritans. Your donations will help ensure we are there for anyone struggling to cope in the future.

Many thanks
Todd Bridgland
Supporter Care Officer

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Breadline Africa’s primary goal is to help children in under resourced communities do better in school by ensuring that they have safer spaces to learn in. Generous supporters like you allow us to fulfill this goal. On behalf of Breadline Africa’s beneficiaries, we would like to thank you for your continued support.

Nyasha Njela
Breadline Africa
Marketing Manager

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Breadline Africa’s primary goal is to help children in under resourced communities do better in school by ensuring that they have safer spaces to learn in. Generous supporters like you allow us to fulfill this goal. On behalf of Breadline Africa’s beneficiaries, we would like to thank you for your continued support.

Nyasha Njela
Marketing Manager
Breadline Africa

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On behalf of Samaritans I’d like to say a HUGE thank you to everyone at Aerial Services Scotland for their continued support. Over the years your support has enabled us to fund 85 calls to Samaritans. We know that each call has the capacity to change or even, save someone’s life so we can’t thank you enough for the difference you will make to the lives of the people that we support.

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Today a child can look forward to a brighter future
And it’s thanks to you.

It’s hard to put into words what it means to know you are there for children, standing up for their rights and helping to shape a brighter future they can look forward to.

Your support, through your gift of £50.00 gives real security and comfort to vulnerable children and families across Scotland. You give a child in need someone to turn to, a chance to share their worries and the support they need to move forward.

You bring families together; you give them hope and you help them feel stronger.

You change children’s lives and we can’t thank you enough.

Yours sincerely,
Colette Glynn
Supporter Care Team

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Thank you to everyone at Aerial & Satellite Express for generously supporting disabled young people across the UK to live more independent lives for so many years, and getting them connected to their communities!

my AFK (formerly Action For Kids)

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Thanks so much for your kind donation to World Animal Protection, we really appreciate you helping us move the world to protect animals.

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Thank you so much for your kind donation to emerge poverty free. Your gift will transform the lives of farming families in Burundi, where we will be able to provide a holistic package of support, including agricultural training for struggling farmers. As you may be aware, Burundi is one of the hungriest countries in Africa with 58% of the population suffering from the effects of malnutrition. Your support will help to establish a programme in Burundi, giving many families the seeds and tools they need to get started. With the new skills they learn, they could be harvesting fresh vegetable just weeks after sowing.

Thank you for giving a helping hand to those who need it the most.

Cecilia Eggleston
Supporter Relationship Manager
emerge poverty free

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Thank you for supporting Network for Animals. Your support is invaluable and helps us save countless animal lives throughout the World.

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Thanks to your valued support, Children with Cancer UK is one of the UK’s leading funders of research into childhood cancer. Your support enables us to invest millions of pounds every year into vital research and welfare programmes and also helps us to raise awareness of childhood cancer. On behalf of everyone at the charity and, more importantly, the children who will benefit from your support – and their families – our heartfelt thanks again for your kindness.

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Thank you so much for your recent donation to the Guide Dogs for the blind association, which will be used to help people who are blind and partially sighted across the UK to have the same freedom and independence as everyone else. We are so grateful for your generosity.

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Thank you so much for your recent donation to Guide Dogs for the blind association. This will be used to help people who are blind and partially sighted across the UK to have the same freedom and independence as everyone else. We are so grateful for your generosity.

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On behalf of everyone here at Humanity & Inclusion, thank you for your generous donation to our emergency appeal to help Rohingya refugees who have been affected by the recent floods and landslides that have devastated the camps.
Thanks to the donations of kind supporters like you, we have sent more than 350 lorries of supplies, filled with food rations, hygiene kits, mobility aids and accommodation kits to families living in refugee camps in Bangladesh.
Thank you once again for your support!

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Whale and Dolphin Conservation would like to thank you for your generous support throughout the years!

We are the leading global charity dedicated to the conservation and protection of whales and dolphins and you have helped us to defend these remarkable creatures against the many threats they face through campaigns, lobbying, advising governments, conservation projects, field research and rescue.

We hope we will continue to make waves together and count on your kind support! Thank you!

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Thank you very much for your donations which aid the Animal Health Trust’s vital research. Your support funds important projects researching illnesses which continue to cause distress and suffering to many animals: cancer, eye disease, and epilepsy in dogs and cats; equine grass sickness, flu and strangles in horses – to mention just a few. By teaming your ongoing support with our skills and expertise, together we can continue to help countless more animals for years to come.

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Nooranna Sikder
August 13, 2018 10:40 am

On behalf of Smile Train UK, thank you for your donation and support for many years now. We appreciate your efforts to help us change the world one smile at a time!

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Thank you so much for your kind donation to Mission India. We really appreciate your continued support, it is making a huge difference in the lives of people all across India

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Thank you for another gift, it will help us support children with brain injury and neurodisability over the summer and give them the chance to take part in fun activities like petting animals at a visiting farm at The Children’s Trust. All with the specialist care and support they need.
And by helping children have fun for an hour, a day or weekend you are giving their exhausted parents a little break as well, helping them recharge their batteries, get some sleep, and support their child with renewed energy and determination.
Thank you again on behalf of everyone at The Children’s Trust.
Best wishes,

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Dear Mr McIver
Thank you for your another very kind gift , it will help us support children with brain injury and neurodisability over the summer and give them the chance to take part in fun activities like petting animals at a visiting farm at The Children’s Trust. All with the specialist care and support they need.
And by helping children have fun for an hour, a day or weekend you are giving their exhausted parents a little break as well, helping them recharge their batteries, get some sleep, and support their child with renewed energy and determination.
Thank you again on behalf of everyone at The Children’s Trust.
https://www.thechildrenstrust.org.uk/about-us
Best wishes,

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Free Tibet is extremely grateful for your support of our work. Your donations continue to make a very real difference to the lives of Tibetans.

With best wishes
http://www.freetibet.org

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On behalf of everyone at Practical Action and the communities we work with, thank you so much for your support. Last year we helped transform the lives of 1.7 million people living in poverty – this simply wouldn’t be possible without supporters like you. Thank you!
https://practicalaction.org/

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Dear Robert

Thank you ever so much for Aerial Services’ faithful support to Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF UK).

Your gifts enable our light aircraft to fly help, hope and healing to people living in isolation – whether medical teams, vaccines and building materials, or Bibles and mission staff.

We can only continue our work around the world thanks to supporters like you – thank you, and please keep up the good work!

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Thank you for your donation to African Children’s Fund, your continued support makes a real difference to the lives of impoverished children in Africa, helping them off the streets and into education.

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Thank you for your continued support of Camphill Village Trust. Your long-standing generosity is enabling adults with learning disabilities to lead fulfilled lives, enjoying everyday opportunities that so many of us take for granted. Your support is greatly appreciated.

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Asha Chadeesingh
August 9, 2018 10:23 am

From everyone here at WaterAid, thank you so much for your kind donation. Your support means communities around the world will gain access to life changing clean water and decent sanitation. Thank you!

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We are very grateful for the support given to The Bible Network.
Your help is making a big difference in so many peoples lives.
http://www.thebiblenetwork.org.uk

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On behalf of the children here at The Children’s Trust, l would like to thank you for your donation. Your continued support makes a difference to the children in rehabilitation from a brain injury. Thank you again.

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Dear Aerial Services Scotland,

Thank you so much for all your generous support to Mercy Ships over the years; you are making a huge difference and we really do appreciate it.

Two-thirds of the world’s population cannot get access to safe surgery when they need it. As a result, 17 million people die every year from conditions requiring surgery. This is higher than the number who die from TB, malaria and HIV/Aids combined. Mercy Ships is working to tackle this crisis. We operate the largest charity-run hospital ship in the world, delivering free, safe medical care to some of the world’s least-developed countries. This “floating hospital” is staffed almost entirely by volunteers, who give their expertise for free to help treat dental and eye problems, cleft lips and palates, tumours, club feet, childbirth injuries, burns and various other conditions.

Since 1978, Mercy Ships has visited 55 countries, providing services worth more than £1 billion that have directly helped more than 2.5 million people. We have also trained 40,000 local professionals in their areas of expertise to leave a legacy that lasts.

http://www.mercyships.org.uk

Very best wishes,
Holly Summers
Supporter Services Team Leader, Mercy Ships UK

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