Charity Support

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

Children’s Hospices Across Scotland

CHAS is helping children in Edinburgh living with a life-shortening condition and providing support to their families. They are dedicated to helping families celebrate the lives of their children whilst they are together, and to honour their memory after they have passed on. Cameron Toll has welcomed CHAS to the Centre for “Invasion Days” on the lead up to their Capital Sci Fi Con, and we look forward to welcoming them back for further fundraising activities.

Keep an eye on the Cameron Toll Facebook Page where new events with CHAS in the Centre will be announced.

Today, CHAS can only reach one in three of the families across Edinburgh who need their support. They are determined to reach them all.

For further information on CHAS and the Capital Sci-Fi Con, please click here to visit their website.

Guide Dogs Scotland

We are delighted to welcome the team from Guide Dogs for the Blind to Cameron Toll. They will be in the Centre over the year as part of their puppy socialisation days, for fundraising and to spread awareness.

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

Dunedin School

The partnership between Cameron Toll and our neighbours at Dunedin School is one which has great importance to our team. Dunedin School is located between the Sainsburys Petrol Station and The Conan Doyle Medical Centre / Braefoot Medical Practice across from Cameron Toll. They are a “second chance” school catering for students in which mainstream schooling would be inappropriate.

“Dunedin endeavours to provide structured yet flexible learning opportunities tailored to the individual, in a welcoming, sympathetic environment which promotes learning and enables each young person to realise his or her own potential.”

The Cameron Toll Team are assisting the school on their aim to become an Eco-School and receive a Green Flag Award. We are joining the staff and students on local litter picks, as well as awarding the school money from our Community Fund to go towards making their garden more sustainable.

For more information on the Dunedin School, please click here to visit their website.

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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