Donations and Thanks
Keith Cancer Link Support Group. Celebrates 36 years. 1983-2019.
Charity No SCO. 15787
For outings and events members pay the costs.
Donation of £2 for tea money collected at meetings: funds the costs for transport to outings.
Jim and Stuart Taylor , Strathisla Bakery .Keith , donate cakes for our meeting teas on a regular basis and very generously donate a Christmas cake every year .
Transport to meetings are paid for by members.
Public Donations etc. are a Separate Account
Many thanks to Keith Cancer Link gives thanks to David Percival for the donation of this website.
Ronald Robson Secretary
On behalf of all the members of Keith & District Branch–“Royal British Legion Scotland” may I take this opportunity to congratulate Keith Cancer Link on being presented with the “Queens Award” for all its work for the community. Keith is very lucky to have such a vibrant society in its midst and one that can only continue going from strength to strength in the future.
Patrick Wilson , Many thanks for the regular donation of £200,00. very much appreciated .
Claire Neish, 1st Keith Brownies and Guides Many thanks for the generous donation of £548.75p well done all very much appreciated .
Many thanks to Sandra and Paul Webster and all who donated, assisted and supported for the “Quiz”, night and for the donation of £1,105 .all very much appreciated ,very grateful
Mr &Mrs William Baron for the donation of £40 very much appreciated
Steve Price: Many thanks for the donation of £100. very much appreciated.
Mary Simpson: many thanks for the donation of £50 , very much appreciated
Spar garage collecting can. £37,89p many thanks to Management Staff and customers , thanks for your support
Patrick Wilson : Many thanks for the regular donation of £200 very much appreciated .
Mr and Mrs Bell : Many thanks for the donation of £105.04p in memory of Mrs Bell,Senior , very much appreciated
Life is a ship wreck, but we must not forget to sing in the life boats.
My religion of life is always be cheerful.
I can imagine no more comfortable frame of mind for the conduct of life than a humerous resignation.
W Somerset Maugham
A merry heart does like good medicine, but a downcast spirit dries up the bones.
Always laugh when you can. It is cheap medicine.
Laughter is a tranquilliser with no side effects.
Laughter is the sun that drives winter from the human face.
Laugh at yourself first, before anyone else can.
Laughter is the most healthful exertion.
Christopher Wilhelm Hufelan.
He who laughs, lasts.
Mary Pettibone Poole.
There is no education like adversity: