Our supporters help us to be there when it matters
As Scotland’s only purpose-built specialist neurological care centre, Sue Ryder Dee View Court is a lifeline to many people. Combining enhanced specialist care with state of the art therapies, facilities and assistive technologies, our expert team of nurses, carers and physiotherapists help people to rebuild and recover after a devastating neurological diagnosis.
No one should feel restricted or defined by their neurological condition. Our focus is on what people can do, not what they can’t and empowering them to fulfil their potential.
You can help make this possible.
Support Dee View Court
There are many ways you can help us raise the vital funds needed to continue our care and support, from a local community event to getting involved in bigger fundraisers such as sponsored walks or runs.
We also have lots of tips and advice on fundraising during the current coronavirus pandemic, so that you can help us, even in these difficult times.
The funds generated by our fundraising supporters allow us to carry on providing the specialist long-term residential care and rehabilitative support at Dee View Court, so we are always looking for new people and ideas so that we can continue being there when it matters most.
Not only do our supporters raise money towards our services, they also help to spread the word about Sue Ryder so more people know about the expert care we offer and how we can help patients and their families.
Follow our latest supporter stories
You can discover more about our latest supporter stories and community fundraising news on our Sue Ryder Neurological Care Facebook page, where you can also follow us to stay up to date.
Other ways to support Dee View Court
Built in 2003, thanks to the phenomenal generosity of many individuals and grant-giving trusts and foundations, Sue Ryder Dee View Court is testament to the power of philanthropy to change lives.
A recent expansion has enabled us to care for more people to give them the specialist care they need and deserve. But there is still so much more we can do to build on the enhanced specialist care that our incredible nurses give, and to help people to live well and thrive, both in body and mind.
As a philanthropic supporter of Sue Ryder Dee View Court, you’ll see our work at first-hand and really understand how your support is changing lives. We would be delighted to work with you to explore how you can make a difference to the lives of the people who call Dee View Court their home.
Become a Patron
If you are considering making a personal gift or would like to enquire about becoming a Sue Ryder Dee View Court Patron by making a minimum gift of £5,000, please contact:
Philanthropy and Events Executive
Tel: 07976 422 792
Trusts and Foundations
If you represent a trust or grant-making foundation, please contact:
Tel: 07970 836 058
Your company can be the difference between a person living with a complex neurological condition receiving the right care they need, and that person feeling like they’ve been written off.
We are committed to giving people the specialist neurological care they need and deserve to fulfil their potential and to thrive. Your support can help us make that a reality.
By supporting Dee View Court, your company and employees will be helping build brighter futures for people in your community and making a difference to their everyday lives. There are many ways we can work together to transform lives. Below are just a few examples of how you can get involved.
Charity of the Year
An ongoing partnership with Sue Ryder Dee View Court is a great way to engage your staff and customers.
Regardless of the size of your company, we can work with you to develop and deliver a partnership that meets the goals of your organisation. This includes dedicated account management, personalised events, volunteering opportunities, media support and a host of other benefits.
Your donation, regardless of its size, can make a big difference to Dee View Court.
However much you can donate, we will work with you to ensure that you know how your money is making an impact.
The Sue Ryder brand is getting noticed; we were in the top 50 charities in the 2015 Charity Brand Index and the highest riser the year before.
You can associate your brand with us in a number of ways, raising your profile through association with our trusted charity. There are many fundraising opportunities in the Aberdeen community that will help you promote your organisation.
Whether it’s jumping out of an aeroplane, running your first half-marathon, or taking on an epic outdoor adventure challenge, employees across Scotland have been signing up to #TeamIncredible to help provide incredible neurological care to people who need our help.
Our Aberdeen fundraising team can engage and support your staff, ensuring they know exactly how their hard work will make a difference.
We can work with your staff to deliver fundraising activities that are right for them: something that complements their day rather than interrupting it.
We know that your employees are busy people, and we’re confident that we can find activities that meet your company's needs.
Want to talk about how your company can support the Dee View Court?
If you would like to discuss how your company can help to support Dee View Court's expert neurological care, please contact Clare Jamieson, Senior Community Fundraiser, on 07812 746697 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about Dee View Court and how you can support our fundraising, please contact Clare Jamieson, Senior Community Fundraiser, on 07812 746697 or email@example.com
Volunteer with us
You can help to support Sue Ryder Neurological Care Centre Dee View Court by volunteering at the centre or one of our local charity shops.
Please note, due to the latest Government coronavirus guidelines, our charity shop closures and hospice and neurological care centre restrictions, we only have a very limited number of volunteer roles available across Sue Ryder.
Make a donation
Help to support Sue Ryder Dee View Court's expert and compassionate neurological care. We’re always grateful for every donation, however big or small.