Dunfermline MSP commends fund-raising local businesswoman after CHAS visit

CAP&CHAS 004Dunfermline MSP Bill Walker has congratulated the “outstanding” fund-raising efforts of a local businesswoman, after her recent charity fashion shows raised over £21,000 for the Children’s Hospice Association Scotland (CHAS).

Laura Campbell, owner of La Vida Boutique in Cairneyhill, managed to sell over 600 tickets for her two shows at Keavil House Hotel in Crossford, exceeding her fund-raising target.

Speaking after a visit with Mrs Campbell and fellow fundraiser Garry Gibb to Rachel House hospice in Kinross, Mr Walker said: Read more of this post

Cairneyhill businesswoman hosts fashion show for CHAS

CHASA big-hearted Cairneyhill businesswoman is hosting a charity fashion show in Crossford with proceeds going to children’s hospice charity CHAS.

Laura Campbell, owner of La Vida Boutique, has raised around £60,000 for charitable causes over the last three years, including £22,500 in 2012 for Help the Heroes. She now hopes to raise thousands for the Kinross-based branch of CHAS, the Scottish charity that provides hospice services for children and young people with life-shortening conditions. Read more of this post