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The Sick Kids Friends Foundation 

Cameron Toll are proud to support the workl of the Sick Kids Friends Foundation (SKFF). This foundation supports and complements the work of the Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh (The Sick Kids) as well as other children’s healthcare settings across the southeast of Scotland and beyond.  

We want every one of the 100,000 children who visit the hospital each year, and the many more being supported in local communities, to receive the very best of care.  

For more information, why not visit the SKFF website:

Click here to find out what the team at Cameron Toll did with their CollectPlus Award prize.

Marie Curie

To find out how much was raised for Marie Curie, the last time they were in the centre, click here. Well done and thank you to everyone who donated!



'A big thank you from Nappirunz to all our donors at Cameron Toll Shopping Centre. We collected a total of 996 nappies in the run. The nappies have now been distributed to the north east Edinburgh food bank and Midlothian food bank, who will hand them over to the families who are in need of these items. You have all helped in making someone’s day a little bit easier’ - Toyin, Nappirunz Event Organiser

Life Savers - Scotland 

To find out how much was raised for Life savers - Scotland click here. Well done and thank you to everyone who donated!


Alzheimer Scotland, Age Scotland and Viewpoint 

The Virtual Dementia Tour Bus made its first visit to Scotland at the end of June and we were delighted that Cameron Toll were selected to be its hosts. 

The Dementia bus gave people the opportunity to participate in a learning experience to understand what dementia might be like. This was used to provide an increased understanding of the condition for the many people knowing someone or caring for someone with dementia.

Cameron Toll were delighted to work in collaboration with Alzheimer Scotland and Age Scotland, alongside Viewpoint.  All of these fantastic charities had stalls within the Centre providing information on health and well-being as well as job opportunities in the care industry.

To understand more about the virtual Dementia experience read our visitors feedback.





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