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Supporters of The Cheyne Gang

We have received grants from the following charitable foundations for the period February 2019 to June 2020. We are grateful to have received extra funding from some of these sources to enable us to continue our work during the current Covid-19 pandemic.  In addition, we have had deadlines for completion of reports extended, which eases the pressure on our team, so again we thank these companies for their ongoing support.


  • CORRA Foundation 

  • Bank of Scotland Foundation

  • National Lottery Community Fund

  • Foundation Scotland

  • Co-op Innerleithen

  • Tunnocks

  • Tesco ‘bags of help’

  • Queens Nursing Institute for Scotland (QNIS)

  • Chiesi Ltd

  • The Robertson Trust

  • Commonweal Fund Trades House of Glasgow

  • Garfield Weston Foundation

The Cheyne Gang would also like to acknowledge the following organisations, who have provided support both financial and moral over the past 7 years.

  • The Queens Nursing Institute for Scotland was the first organisation to recognise the potential in the work that Pauline, Anne and Sarah proposed.  They provided the grant for the initial research project and continue to show an interest in our work.

  • Edinburgh and Lothians Health Foundation provided a grant

  • The Scottish Government awarded us a Section 16B grant 

  • The Scottish Practice Nurse Association awarded us a grant and invited us to sing at their 2016 conference

  • Our current hosts have been supportive and encouraging - thank you all.

  • Thank you to Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland for their ongoing support and encouragement.

  • A big thank you to EPSRC Proteus Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration - Our Health for inviting us to take part in their research.

  • To the members of Traquair Community Choir and Sing in the City Choirs for their unwavering encouragement and support for our groups.

  • Irene Watson - our fabulous quilter x

  • Gillian McLaren Scott of McLaren Scott Vocals - her help has, and continues to be invaluable to our voice coaches and the wider team.

  • Ian Rankin - Author of the Rebus Books for his kind donation and support.

  • Ian McLeod and his team at Elmbank Print in Peebles have provided us with excellent service, particularly since the start of the lockdown in March.

  • We are grateful to The Soap Farm for their ongoing support.

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