Dundee-based Signpost International has been given almost £1,000 by a fellow charity.
Army Cadets celebrated Easter by sharing the joy and donating chocolate eggs to hospitalised children who couldn’t get out for their own egg hunts.
THE family of a mum who died of cancer last year at the age of 50 have raised £22,000 for ward 32 at Ninewells Hospital.
A motorcyclist who lost his lower leg after a collision with a car has returned with a four-figure thank-you to the Ninewells ward which cared for him.
Kids’ charity The Archie Foundation has been given a four-figure boost thanks to a Dundee-based games firm.
Friends of Elizabeth Kindness, who died in October, have donated more than £3,000 to the intensive care unit at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee.
Two Dundee charities have received donations from Hillcrest.
Twin sisters Jennifer Todd and Jacqueline Brown donated £270 to Ward 6 at Ninewells in memory of their mum Isabella – known as Isabel – on behalf of their two brothers Jeoff and Barrie, family and friends.
Staff at Ninewells Hospital have been praised for their work by a local business.
A generous Tele reader has gifted £100 to a Dundee girl after reading about her medical problems.
A group of friends from Carlogie Primary School in Carnoustie have donated toys to Tayside Children’s Hospital.
A group of 17 “fabulous friends” called the Friday 5kers have raised £15,000 for Dundee’s Maggie’s Centre.
Leonardo DiCaprio’s foundation has donated one million dollars (£775,000) to relief efforts in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, adding to growing pledges from Hollywood stars.
Rod Stewart has donated thousands of pounds to families of disabled children to cover the cost of joining a protest against cuts to medical funding.
A Dundee businesswoman has restored a disabled teenager’s “faith in humanity”.
The paediatric renal and gastro teams at Ninewells Hospital have benefited from a donation from Broughty Ferry couple Gillian and Norrie Mill.
Motoring boss Peter Vardy has donated £5,000 to a fund set up for the family of Dundee man 'Chrisy' Gallacher.
Retired electrician George Cook will never forget the agony and terror of suffering a heart attack.