Event details

  • Date: 18 January 2018 - 21 December 2018
  • Location: Wherever you are, you can help!

Businesses – schools – groups – individuals: can you raise £1,000 to buy a ‘brick’ for our extension at Dee View Court in Aberdeen?

In Aberdeen, our purpose-built neurological centre Dee View Court provides 24-hour specialist care for people who have life-changing conditions affecting the brain and nervous system, such as Huntington’s disease, multiple sclerosis and motor neurone disease.

Our waiting list is always full and, with demand continuing to grow, we desperately need to expand.

It’s a big project, and one we cannot do alone. You can help us realise our vision, and give more people in Scotland the care and support they need and deserve.

By taking part in our Brick by Brick initiative, as part of Sue Ryder's Dee View Court Capital Appeal, you will help us build new specially adapted rooms and apartments at Dee View Court, and give us the flexibility to care for even more people.

There are two ways you get involved:

  1. Buy your brick(s) online now at www.sueryder.org/buyabrick

  2. Pledge to fundraise the value of as many bricks as you like - each one costs £1000 - by clicking the pink 'Register' button. We'd also love to support you with your fundraising so do let us know your plans. Register online now

£1000 - 1 brick. Maybe you can raise enough for 2, 3, 5 or even 10 bricks!

Each Brick by Brick team or individual will receive:

  • Your name on our digital Brick by Brick wall
  • The chance to visit Dee View Court to see first-hand the incredible work we do
  • Updates and news about the Dee View Court Appeal
  • Press opportunities
  • A mention on our social media platforms
  • A Brick by Brick certificate – to be proudly displayed for all to see!
  • All participating schools will receive our Brick by Brick Lego set.

Remember to use the hashtag #DeeViewAppeal

However you go about fundraising, be sure to document your activities using the hashtag #DeeViewAppeal on social media.

Thank you for helping us build better brighter futures for people living with neurological conditions in Scotland.