Fundraising for the local community

Over the years we have been fundraising for Mountain Safety and Charities/Projects in our local community.

If you are part of a local charity or project maybe we can help. We actively seek to raise funds for a variety of locally based charity/projects based on a pre-set criteria. In 2017 over FebFest we were able to raise £2010.60 which was donated to the Glencoe, Ballachulish and Onich public defibrillators fund. During Octoberfest 2017 we raised £636.50 for the Glencoe Mountain Rescue Team.

We currently have a Yard Sale ongoing where you cand pick up old memorabilia from the Clachaig Inn and the Grog and Gruel.

We also need to give a big thank you to all our suppliers and sponsors who reguarly donate amazing prizes to make it possible for us to raise so much money. Cairngorm Brewery, Loch Lomond Brewery, Williams Bros, Orkney Brewery, Strathaven Ales, WooHa Brewing, Windswept Brewing, River Leven Ales, Gordon & MacPhail, Letterfinlay Foods, J M Breckenridge and Rab

We also started an EasyFundRaising page in 2009. We have raised £1056.22 through this so far, as of November 2017.

October 2017 – £636.50  raised for the Glencoe Mountain Rescue Team
February 2017 – £2624 raised for the South Lochaber public defibrillators
February 2016 – £1210 raised for the Glencoe Mountain Rescue Team
February 2015 – £2335 raised for the Glencoe Mountain Rescue Team and the Glencoe Avalanche Transceiver Park
February 2014 – £2624 raised for the Glencoe Mountain Rescue Team and the Glencoe Avalanche Transceiver Park
November 2010 – £1472.60 raised for Ballachulish Primary for outdoor play facilities
March 2010 – £517.00 raised through collection boxes for the Glencoe Mountain Rescue Team
March 2009 – £200.00 raised for the Mountaineering Council of Scotland for Mountain Safety Initiatives
December 2008 – £1151.90 raised for Glencoe primary since July 2008 for balance trail/climbing wall
January 2008 – £1085.73 raised  for Rainbow Baby & Toddler playgroup for toys, arts and crafts
August 2006 – £1012.12 raised for the Community Poly-Tunnel project
November 2004 – £1416.96 raised for Glencoe play sports for a new playground
May 2004 – £1000.00 raised for Glencoe primary school for a path around the school to provide better access for students with disabilities
March 2003 – £1000.00 raised for maintenance of the Glencoe Village Hall
July 2000 – £ 1174.17 raised for St Mary’s Church Hall in Glencoe Village
January 2000 – £166.00 raised for Erskine Hospital towards planned new building
September 1998 – £616.00 raised for the Glencoe Mountain Rescue Team
April 1997 – £809.00 raised for the Glencoe Mountain Rescue Team
December 1996 – £133.00 raised for Erskine Hospital towards providing care for ex-service men and women
March 1996 – £328.54 raised  for the Glencoe Mountain Rescue Team