May 2011 - Thanks Print E-mail
Thanks to WESTA, WEBATA , Bank of Scotland Stollers and the Scottish Referees Association (SSFRA) for their generous contributions and donations in May 2011.
Dublin TA Print E-mail

Thanks to Steve Chapman of Dublin Tartan Army, who arranged the Barretstwon donation and raised over £800 for TACC with raffles, auctions and t-shirt sales in May

Jim Taylor Print E-mail





Jim Taylor was fellow Scotland supporter who sadly passed away in July, aged 73.


We were deeply touched to receive a donation of over £200 from Jim’s wife Barbara and daughter Lisa, who organised a collection for TACC at Jim’s funeral.


Jim played a fair bit of football in his time, with Peebles Rovers in 1960-63. Apparently his bonuses paid for Barbara’s engagement ring!


Lisa also sent us a letter that Jim sent to Scotland manager Craig Brown ahead of the England play-off in 1999, and the reply he received back from Craig!





Letter to Craig Brown


Reply from Craig Brown



We are extremely grateful to Barbara and Lisa for doing this for TACC at such a sad time, and promise to put the donation to great use.

Thanks in July.... Print E-mail

TACC would like to send thanks for the following contributions in July......


Staff at the Scottish FA who did yet another collection for TACC, raising £62.


Graeme Baxter and the guys at Dunfermline TA who organised their 2nd fundraising event for TACC, and raised £250.


The Charity Committee at Tullis Russell in Fife, who donated £250 towards our Lithuania donation, specifically to help fund the children's party.

£1,500 RAISED FOR TACC BY BOSFC Print E-mail

27-5-10-bosfc-320x240Bank of Scotland Football Club have raised £1,500 for TACC at their annual dinner.


£500 was raised in the raffle, £500 in an auction of a James McFadden signed top and portratit donated by Alba Framing, and Lloyds TSB donated a further £500 through their employee matching scheme.

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