14th February 2023 – Humanist organisation share their love with Scottish charities

Today, a day for celebrating love, The Fuze Foundation announced that after a final vote at their AGM, they will be supporting two wonderful Scottish charities from March 2023 until February 2024. The charities have been named as Beatson Cancer Charity and Alzheimer Scotland. 

Established in 2012 the not for profit Humanist organisation, based in Scotland, have a team of over 50 professional Celebrants conducting Legal Humanist Wedding, Funeral and Naming Ceremonies.

Over the years they have raised thousands of pounds for Scottish charities, raised awareness about funeral poverty and provided ceremonies for those in need at no cost. Couples who choose to be
married by Fuze Ceremonies and The Fuze Foundation are supporting this ongoing work as a portion of their fee is donated to support these causes through The Fuze Foundation.


Beatson Cancer Charity believes that no-one should face cancer on their own. This has always been the Beatson Cancer Charity’s aim and they work hard to continue to support even more people and families in the years to come. 14,172 patients have received therapies at the Wellbeing Centre Beatson Cancer Charity which works in close partnership with clinicians and researchers at The Beatson West of Scotland Cancer Centre and The Beatson Institute for Cancer Research to help to deliver life-saving research.

Charlene Low, Regional Fundraising Manager at Beatson Cancer Charity, said: “We are thrilled to have been chosen as one of The Fuze Foundation’s charities for 2023. “The funding we receive allows us to work on developing new services to enhance the care and support cancer patients and their families in the west of Scotland receive during their cancer journey. We are so grateful to everyone at The Fuze Foundation and cannot thank them enough for choosing to support us this year.”

Alzheimer Scotland is Scotland’s national dementia charity. Their aim is to make sure nobody faces dementia alone. They provide support and information to people with dementia, their carers and families, and they campaign for the rights of people with dementia and fund vital dementia research. They have Dementia Resource Centres in 24 different locations across Scotland and a 24 hour helpline. They are proud of the support they offer, the campaigning work they have done and continue to do, and the research they are involved with.

Caroline Miller, Lead for Stakeholder Engagement said: “We are delighted to have been chosen by Fuze as one of their charities to support this year. Our mission as a charity is to make sure no one faces dementia alone and the money raised will go towards our front line services such as our Freephone 24-hour Helpline and our network of Dementia Advisors who play a vital role at the heart of communities across Scotland helping people to live well with dementia for as long as possible, providing information and advising on their rights. Like Fuze, we are there for people at a very important point of their lives. With over 90,000 people in Scotland living with a diagnosis we rely on support from organisations like Fuze to help us fund these services”.Morag Webster, Trustee of The Fuze Foundation added; “The Fuze Foundation are delighted to be supporting Alzheimer Scotland and Beatson Cancer Charity this year and will extend our support past the normal route of financial means. This will include, but not limited to, a range of collaborations and initiatives focussing on knowledge sharing and working together to educate employees, individuals and families across a range of mutual topics.”

Morag concluded by adding; “We are so excited and proud to be able to support these two amazing Scottish charities who do such vital work within the community and research fields. Many households and families are affected by both Cancer and Dementia illnesses, so it means a lot to everyone at The Fuze Foundation to be able to give back while doing something they love. Sharing the news today, on Valentine’s Day, makes it even more special.”






Hear more about The Fuze Foundation on our special edition podcast episode HERE

For more information regarding this announcement contact The Fuze Foundation via email on georgemclean@fuzeceremonies.cu.uk

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