A Bishopbriggs grandmother’s charity appeal for a cause close to her heart raised £500 to help young people with a life-threatening digestive disease.
Big-hearted members of the First Monday Club in Bishopbriggs dug deep for local charity Cure Crohn’s Colitis (C3)..
It donates 100 per cent of funds towards research to find a cure for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.
Pat Gair’s five-year-old granddaughter was diagnosed with Crohn’s at the age of just two.
The community club, based at Cadder North Hall donated the cash from the tea fund and a charity fashion show after Pat gave a talk to members on the work of the charity and how the disease affects her grand-daughter.
C3 is looking for fundraisers to help the fight to find a cure.
Get gutsy and do a sponsored run, walk or silence.
You can set up a charity page at https://www.justgiving.com/curecrohncolitis