Cumbernauld based charity in cry for help

Gordon Ramsay OBE, Honorary Patron of the Scottish Spina Bifida Association, with wee Beau at one of Gordon's many visits to the Charity's family Support Centre.
Gordon Ramsay OBE, Honorary Patron of the Scottish Spina Bifida Association, with wee Beau at one of Gordon's many visits to the Charity's family Support Centre.

A Cumbernauld based charity are asking residents and businesses alike to “Give a Little” to help change a lot.

The Scottish Spina Bifida Association (SSBA) support over 3,500 people living with the life changing conditions of spina bifida and of hydrocephalus.

For the charity’s life-time commitment of care and support the SSBA has to raise over £1 million annually.

Sadly, they have to raise nearly all their running costs from public donations and support from campaigns like this.

Maralyn Boyle, from the SSBA said: “There are a number of ways you can ‘Give a Little’ to support the charity and these local services.

“Simply donate your time, local knowledge and experience to help us raise as much as possible. By giving a little, you can help the SSBA give a lot to those affected in Lanarkshire.”