SECC partners with Beatson Cancer Charity

Glasgow’s Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre (SECC) has selected the Beatson Cancer Charity as its charity partner.
The charity will participate in various SECC conferences and events, and SECC staff will volunteer and take part in team challenge events for Beatson.
The Beatson Cancer Charity provides funding for patient and family support services and facilities, medical equipment, research, and staff training and development. The charity already brings in £800,000 every yeartowards funding 19 specialist posts, including nursing, radiography, physics and research-based staff.
“The SECC is delighted to have appointed the Beatson Cancer Charity as a charity partner,” said Kathleen Warden, Director of Conference Sales at the SECC.
“Our venue plays host to a diverse range of medical conferences, bringing thousands of experts to the SECC and Glasgow every year. By association, this new charity aligns perfectly to our business.”
David Welch, Chief Executive of the Beatson Cancer Charity, said: “This new partnership with the SECC is an excellent opportunity for us to raise awareness of the charity and all the fantastic work it does in its heartland of Glasgow and further afield.”
Photo: L-R – Kathleen Warden, Director of Conference Sales, SECC; Megan Stobo fundraiser at the Beatson Cancer Charity; Nicola Hodge, Charity Ambassador and patient at the Beatson; Jamie Twohig Communications Assistant at the Beatson Cancer Charity; and David Welch Chief Executive of Beatson Cancer Charity.
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Paul Colston


Paul Colston

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