Murrayfield Indoor Sports Club is very keen to support local charities. Each year in November we have a ‘Charity Day’ where the proceeds from the many sports and social events organised for the day and evening are donated to that year’s selected charity/charities. A hugely popular day with members, the events culminate in an evening of auctions, raffles, bingo and music.

Please click on the links to the right to see what charities we have supported over the last few years.

As well as our featured charities, we have also helped many, many others over the last 30 years, including:

1983 - Daily Record Children's Hospice Appeal - £850

1987 - Thistle Wheelchair Basketball  - £10,000

1990 - Haymarket Handicapped Venture Scouts - £1,000

1991 - Sick Kids - £245, St Columba's Hospital - £245 & Brittle Bone Society £440

1992 - Cancer Research £485 & Cystic Fibrosis £485

1994 - Leukaemia & Bone Marrow Transplant Fund £400 & Barnardo's £400

1995 - Alzheimer Scotland £514 & Scottish Council for Spastics £514

Charities

2015

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2014

In 2014 we supported Cruse Scotland.
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2013

In 2013 we supported The Complementary Therapy Service (Ward 1 - Western General Hospital) and Blood Bikes Scotland.
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2012

In 2012 we supported the Cystic Fibrosis Trust in Edinburgh.
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2011

In 2011 we supported three charities: Libertus, Breakthrough Breast Cancer and Scottish Veterans Residences.
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2010

In 2010 we supported East of Scotland Special Needs Judo, a support group for Judo Clubs within the Edinburgh and Lothians.
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2009

In 2009 we supported VSA, a social care charity that supports over 50 different projects; and SANDS, a national charity, established by bereaved parents in 1981.
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2008

In 2008 we supported C.H.A.S., a charity that provides the only hospice services in Scotland for children and young people who have life-shortening conditions for which there is no known cure.
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2007

In 2007 we supported Scottish Veterans' Residences, which provides residential accommodation for ex-service men and women.
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2006

In 2006 we supported Kaleidoscope, a theatre group.
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2005

In 2005 we supported Marie Curie Cancer Care, a charity that helps terminally ill patients achieve the best quality of life.
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