Fundraise for us
With your help we can support more children and young people living with asthma than ever before. Whether you host your own fundraising event or get your school or place of work involved – we’re here to help. The more people get involved, the more we can do to support children and young people with asthma.
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There are many different ways that your company can work in partnership with No Strings Attached (Scotland) to make a real difference to the lives of young people with asthma.
If you'd like to nominate us as your charity of the year please get in touch with Fiona
Gifts in Kind
If you run your own business you may be able to help us. It’s not just cash that helps a charity but gifts in kind such as a musical instrument, repair kit or stationery supplies. By donating resources, you will save us money and that translates into more services for the people we support.
If you would like to discuss this option please contact Fiona.
If you are a UK taxpayer, make your donation go further with Gift Aid. It means that we receive an extra 25p for every £1 donated.
All you need to do is tick the box on the online donation form to give a little extra at no extra cost to you
Send your donation in by post
You can send in your donation to us by post.
All you need to do is download a donation form for the type of donation you want to give; a regular donation or a one-off donation. (Links to be inserted)
Then send it in to us:
No Strings Attached (Scotland)
49 Lamont Ave, Bishopton, PA7 5LJ
Volunteer with us
We’re always on the lookout for people who would like to join our community.
Volunteers can help us to reach more children and young people than we could possibly achieve without their support.
If you’re looking for a way to help make a difference in the local community, and have some spare time why not join us and email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are particularly interested in speaking with individuals with experience working with young people with asthma in either a music teaching or asthma nursing capacity.
If your asthma has been troubling you or you have questions relating about your medicines or inhalers you should make an appointment see either your GP or an Asthma Nurse at your local practice.
In the event of an emergency do not hesitate to dial 999 and call for ambulance, or at the very least contact NHS24 on 111.
If You have any question to Us, please feel free to call or write to Us any time you want, We will answer to any question within 24hours!*
By supplying contact data you are providing us with personal data, which we will use to get in touch with you. Do not provide such data unless you are happy to do so, and for us to contact you. For further information read our website and data privacy policies below.
* No Strings Attached (Scotland) can only provide general non-emergency advice on asthma. Please note we do not provide a 24 hour helpline, nor are we a substitute for emergency services or your GP. Much as we would love to help… please do NOT call us in an emergency!
In an emergency telephone 999 or at the very least NHS 111. Always err on the side of caution.
For more immediate general non-emergency advice about asthma, contact the Asthma UK Medical Helpline on 0300 222 5800 (Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm)