Norscot Joinery Ltd Announces Year-Long Charity Partnership with cancer charity Maggie’s.

Norscot Joinery Ltd, a leading provider of high-quality timber frame kits, windows, and doors in the Highlands, is proud to announce a new charity partnership with Maggie’s, a renowned organisation dedicated to providing free cancer support and information to people living with cancer.

This partnership signifies a commitment by Norscot to give back to the community and support a cause that touches many lives. Over the next year, Norscot will be supporting Maggie’s through fundraising initiatives, volunteer efforts, and raising awareness of the exceptional cancer support services they provide.

To kick off this year’s donations, Norscot is thrilled to contribute £500, providing essential funding for a Cancer Specialist to listen, answer questions and guide people to the right information at the centre. Additionally, Norscot team members will participate in the ‘Paws for a Cause’ fundraising event in July, where they will aim to walk 60km, with or without their dogs, donating £1 for each kilometre walked. Prizes will be awarded to the Top Walker and the Best Furry Companion!

Jason Fraser, General Manager at Norscot comments:

“We are proud to partner with Maggie’s for the coming year. The work they do is incredibly important, and we are committed to supporting their mission in every way we can. This partnership reflects our values and dedication to making a positive impact in our community.”

Seonaid Green, Maggie’s Highlands Centre Head said:  “We are delighted to have been chosen as Norscot’s charity partner and so grateful to them for everything they have already done to help us provide vital psychological and emotional support to people living with cancer, as well as family and friends, across the whole of the Highlands. As a charity, the majority of our funding comes from voluntary donations so this kind of support is invaluable and we look forward to welcoming the Norscot team to our centre.”

Maggie’s offers free expert psychological, practical and emotional support to people with cancer and their families and friends in the Highlands through its centre at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness and its other centres across the UK. Their network of warm and welcoming centres provides a full programme of support that has been shown to help people live better with cancer.

For 40 years Norscot has been manufacturing superior quality Timber Frame Kit Homes and replacement, made-to-measure windows and doors from its state-of-the-art factory and showroom in Bower, Caithness. It also owns a purpose-built showroom, sales office and storage facility on the Carse Industrial Estate in Inverness.

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