Westfield Health lends a hand to Scottish charity


A leading children’s charity in Scotland has received a generous boost from health cash plan provider, Westfield Health. Westfield presented the Cash for Kids charity with a cheque for £5,000 at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development’s centenary gala dinner, held at the Grand Central Hotel, Glasgow. Bauer Radio’s Cash for Kids charity raises millions of pounds for local children and young people who are suffering from abuse or neglect, who are disabled and have special needs, or who simply need extra care and guidance.

Cash For Kids participates in a huge variety of fundraising events both on and off air and by encouraging individuals, groups, schools and companies to jump on board, join the fun and offer a helping hand to disadvantaged children in their community. All the money raised on behalf of Cash for Kids stays in the area it was raised in, providing a helping hand when and where it is needed most.

Audrey McFarlane, Westfield’s Senior Business Consultant for Scotland, presented the cheque on the night. Audrey said: “Cash for Kids is a fantastic organisation and their work across communities in Scotland is invaluable. We are delighted to support the charity and to assist with the crucial services they deliver across the country.”