A charity set up to provide free hospital transport services for cancer patients is looking for volunteers. Bo’ness Car 4U hopes to launch its services in 2022. Chair Rod McNeill said: “If you think you can spare a few hours to make a difference to someone’s life, please get in touch.” The charity is lookingContinue reading “Volunteers needed to help transport patients”
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The team behind Bo’ness Car 4U have supplied short biographies, which we’ve printed below. If you’d like to join them as a volunteer, please get in touch. Chair/Trustee – Rod McNeill“I am retired and initially attended a meeting at Bo’ness Library, thinking I might volunteer as a driver. I learned that a similar charity inContinue reading “Meet the Bo’ness Car 4U team”
Help raise money for Bo’ness Car 4U by shopping through easyfundraising. The site – and its associated mobile app – allows you to click through to big-name shopping sites. Best of all we get a commision every time you shop this way (at no extra cost to you). This means you can raise FREE donationsContinue reading “Help charity through easyfundraising”
Bo’ness Car 4U has had some terrific backing from the following supporters and sponsors. They are listed below, with links to their respective websites. If you’d like to fundraise for us, or sponsor our activities, please get in touch. Thanks to: NHS Forth Valley Martyn Day MP The Provost of Falkirk Council The Robertson TrustContinue reading “Thanks to our sponsors and supporters”
Bo’ness Car 4U is on Facebook and Twitter. Head over to our social channels and give us a “like” and “follow” and keep in touch with us. Remember: patients can initially access our services by making enquiries at their local GP practice.