Welcome to the home of the original and longest established charity funded by Scotland fans, the aim of which is to make a donation to identified children’s charities in every country in which the Scottish National Football Team plays matches. Since 2003, this has been achieved – uninterrupted.
Everywhere We Go!
NEW: Italy Donation (in Malta)
Sunshine Appeal Pin Badges
Scotland Also Invented T-Shirts
You can read about our work in the Past Projects area, but here’s the quick version. Ten years and our first 49 consecutive donations condensed into three minutes…
This year’s kilted golf day will be held at Deer Park Gold Course in Livingston on 9th July.
Click here for more details.
Great news folks!
Our “Scotland Invented” T-shirts proved to be so popular, they sold out. So we decided to do some more… sort of….
We know you can’t wait to get your hands on one, so without further ado, here’s how…
Kevin Donnelly is a long term Scotland fan who over the last five decades has followed the team to four World Cups, two European Championships and numerous friendlies.
He has just written a book based on four Scotland away games in 1996-97. The book is called Chancers, Dancers and Romancers.
It features two Scotland fans, Kenny Bradley and Gus McSween, as they follow Scotland to Vienna, Riga, Tallinn and Monte Carlo.
This all sounds quite simple apart from the fact a nasty wee posh Scot called Atholl McClackit is looking to kill Kenny; his father-in-law wants Kenny to help with a jewel heist; and his real dad wants to introduce himself into Kenny’s life.
Blending real life Tartan Army antics with a story that could happen to anyone if you think about it, “Chancers, Dancers and Romancers” is a rip-roaring trip around Europe involving drinking, sex, murder, crime and more drinking.”
The book costs £9.99 (inc 2nd class UK postage).
Kevin is kindly donating all proceeds to the Tartan Army Sunshine Appeal.
The book can be ordered for UK delivery from Moonfruit
For non-UK delivery, please visit Amazon UK or Amazon US
And ebook version is available for your Kindle
By Kevin Robertson.
Yesterday evening, on behalf of the Sunshine Appeal, I handed the Chairman of the Temi Community an additional donation of 1412 lari. This was cash which was sent to the Sunshine Appeal by our supporters after they returned from Georgia. Martin, and the rest of the staff and children at Temi, are extremely grateful for your continued support. Anyone who was at the donation in Tbilisi, or has read about the organisation on our website, will have no doubt that the money you have donated will be put to extremely good use. Thank you!
Everywhere We Go!