Elsie Normington Foundation

Fantastic fund-raising effort by the Borlum Shooting Syndicate. £900 raised at their charity lunch, auction, dog training dummy throwing competition and clay pigeon shooting.

Highland Business Women are delighted to announce that at our Charity Pitch Event today the members present voted for the Elsie Normington Foundation – The Haven Project to be HBW’s 2018 charity. We’re all looking forward to a great year of working together.

Thanks to Ness Bank Church for hosting a wonderful carol service and raising £775 for the Haven Appeal.

http://www.therobertsontrust.org.uk/ The Haven Appeal has received an early Christmas present with the award of a major grant.The Robertson Trust, the largest independent trust in Scotland, is giving £380,000 towards the appeal, which aims to create Scotland’s first integrated centre for children and young people with multiple and complex needs in InvernessThe grant takes the appeal […]

Over £800 was raised at the Craft and Coffee morning. Well done to all who baked, sewed and knitted (and to those that ate, drank and shopped!). Fantastic to have your support.

Thanks to The Lovat Arms, Mark Forbes and his team of helpers for putting on a great show of local musical talent. Thanks also to all who donated raffle prizes.

A big thank you to the owners of our secret location for hosting such a wonderful event. Lots more photos on the Elsie Normington Foundation Facebook Page.

Our lovely fundraisers at the Scottish Building Society have not only published a book of delicious baking recipes, but also baked the cakes and sold them for the Haven Appeal! We’re so grateful for their support.

The Haven Centre Appeal, which aims to raise £3.2 million for a new centre at Inverness for children and young people with multiple complex needs, is set for a boost at the end of this month by benefiting from the proceeds of an entertaining evening of community singalong fun. The Big Spring Sing is being […]

An Inverness charity is one step nearer to its goal of establishing a centre for children with learning disabilities.  The Elsie Normington Foundation, which has launched a £4 million appeal to build the Haven, this week  announced a partnership agreement with two service providers and the appointment of an architect to design the centre. The […]