Charity Support

Local community and charity initiatives are very important to the Cameron Toll team. Below are details on our most recent partners.

Edinburgh Brownies

Brownies is about helping to put a smile on young faces and creating confident young women.  It’s also a great way to make new friends.

There are 2036 Brownies in Edinburgh and they all follow a programme called the Brownie Adventure – a world of exciting opportunities, challenges and most of all, fun, divided into three sections: You, Community and World.

If your daughter would like to join Brownies, please visit the Guiding UK website and register your interest.

Dementia Friendly Edinburgh

We are proud to be part of Dementia Friendly Edinburgh, which is a scheme led by the City of Edinburgh Council, alongside NHS Lothian, and Alzheimer Scotland.

As the first shopping centre in the city to sign up to the scheme, we’re working to ensure that the centre and the shops within it are welcoming places for people living with Dementia.

We’re focused on raising awareness about the illness within the community and front-line staff have also been trained in helping people with dementia in situations where they are experiencing difficulties.

For further information on Dementia Friendly Edinburgh please visit their website and watch this short video. Once viewed, you can become a dementia friend and receive a certificate and badge.

Guide Dogs Scotland

We are delighted to welcome the team from Guide Dogs for the Blind to Cameron Toll as part of their puppy socialisation days and for awareness and fundraising over the year.

There are around 180,000 blind and partially sighted people living in the UK who find it difficult to leave home on their own, and the charity Guide Dogs wants to change that.

“We rely on donations to continue our life-changing work and to raise money for us is simply wonderful.

“Their kind support will allow us to make a life-changing difference to someone with sight loss by providing a guide dog.”

If you would like to find out how you could help Guide Dogs, please call Community Fundraiser Development Officer Anne Rowse on 07766 505249 or email

Get in touch

If you would like to find out more information about the Cameron Toll charity initiatives please get in touch.

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