CSFC for Charity
Capital Sci-fi Con members have been involved in the convention scene for many years, In a non profit charity capacity travelling up and down the UK.
We are returning to the convention scene once more in Edinburgh for our fourth year at our fabulous new venue of Edinburgh Corn Exchange which has raised over £180,000 for our chosen charity.
Come and join us as we prepare to entertain you and let your inner geek go wild!
This event is organised by fans for fans and with a twist, All profit raised through the event will be getting donated to Rachel house hospice in Kinross ran by CHAS (Childrens Hospices Across Scotland).
We are an official fundraising group called "Capital Sci fi Causeplayers" with over 170 volunteers and are the largest fundraising group which fall's under the CHAS umbrella.
Other events We have organised over the years have been charity Toy drop off's/ LEMS awareness charity auction event / We have also helped other UK charities.
Charity is at the heart of what we do and also bringing communities together to enjoy a fun and safe environment.
The main event organiser has been nominated for various awards:
Nominated Edinburgh Evening News local Hero Awards (Local Hero) 2016.
Nominated Fundraiser of the year at the Scottish Charity Awards 2016.
Winner of The Centre Livingston Local Hero Award (August) 2016.
Nominated Edinburgh Evening News local Hero Awards (Charity Fundraiser) 2017.
Presented the 768th Points of light Award (Awarded by Prime Minister Theresa May) 2017.
If you are interested in joining us and being involved in our charity venture, Please contact us:
Children’s Hospices Across Scotland is a trading name of Children’s Hospice Association Scotland. A Scottish charity and a company limited by guarantee. Scottish charity number SC 019724. Registered in Scotland number 136410. Registered Office: Canal Court, 42 Craiglockhart Avenue, Edinburgh EH14 1LT.