Borderline, the charity which helps homeless Scots in London,
has raised over £100,000 from the first two years
of its partnership with the Church of Scotland Guild.
Borderline is one of six charities chosen by the Guild
for the three year Let’s Live: body, mind and soul
strategy which runs from the autumn of 2006 to 2009.
The figures for the two years to June 2008 show that Borderline
has raised £106, 616, more than any of the other partner
Eileen Ward, director of Borderline, said: “The partnership
with the Guild has really worked for us. Not only has it
generated much needed funds, it has also helped us raise
our profile in communities right across Scotland. “