Local business community raises £53,261 for people with disabilities

Scottish provider of social care, Cornerstone, raised £53, 261 (net) at their annual fundraising dinner this weekend (22 April).  The event, sponsored by BP, Optima and Technip UK Ltd, at The Marcliffe in Aberdeen was a huge success and celebrated Cornerstone's 30th anniversary whilst raising much needed funds to enable children and adults with disabilities and other support needs to enjoy a valued life.
Guests from Aberdeen's business community were welcomed by the Lord Provost of Aberdeen, Peter Stephen, and enjoyed a host of entertainment including comperes Roger Benton and former Miss Scotland, Nicola Jolly, and Annie Gunner Logan and Vic Rodrick, who provided a wry look at current affairs with topical musical comedy.

Cornerstone's Chief Executive, Edel Harris, commented "Our dinner this year has been a great success and I am delighted that the event raised such a remarkable amount of money through the generosity of our guests given the current economic climate. Every penny raised really will make a difference to the people we support and I'd like to say a special thanks to our sponsors BP, Optima and Technip UK Ltd for making this evening possible".

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