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Cresent chooses CHAS and Friends of the Neuro Ward ARI for Celebrate Aberdeen

Cresent has selected CHAS (Children's Hospices Around Scotland) and Friends of the Neuro Ward AR as their nominated charities as part of the Celebrate Aberdeen parade, taking place in August.

Celebrate Aberdeen is an event in its 7th year, aimed at celebrating and raising awareness of the third sector, voluntary organisations and performers in the area. Taking place over 25th and 26th August, Celebrate Aberdeen kicks off with a huge third sector parade. Cresent are delighted to be celebrating with CHAS and Friends of the Neuro Ward ARI.

CHAS (Children’s Hospices Around Scotland) have been offering full family support for babies, children and young people with life-shortening conditions for over twenty years. Their services include palliative care, family respite and support through hospices, homecare services and hospital presence. Find out more about the amazing work that CHAS do here: https://www.chas.org.uk/about-us

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Friends of the Neuro Ward ARI bring communities, healthcare professionals and government together to spread the word about the impact of neurological injuries and disorders throughout the North East of Scotland, the Highlands and the Islands. Their next project aims to improve the neuro rehabilitation ward at Woodend Hospital. Find out more about the incredible work Friends of the Neuro Ward ARI do here: http://www.friendsoftheneuro.org/what-we-do

We’re looking forward to supporting two incredibly worthy charities and taking part in an event that raises so much awareness for the third sector, voluntary services and performers in the city.

For more information about Celebrate Aberdeen, click here.

Celebrate Aberdeen - Friends of the Neuro

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