The Eric Liddell Centre is a registered charity dedicated to inspiring, empowering and supporting people of all ages, cultures and abilities as an expression of compassionate Christian values. The Centre acts as a living memorial to the Olympic athlete Eric Liddell and has been serving the Edinburgh community since 1980.
The core work of the Eric Liddell Centre is:
- A specialist Day Care Service for people with a diagnosis of dementia,
- The Ca(I)re Project, which provides free educational, social and health based courses across the city for carers.
- Low cost office space for small charities
- Rooms for over 180 other groups a year providing activities for the community.
Cuppa for a Carer Appeal
Give the price of a coffee, (£2.00, $3.00) every month to help us ease the pressure on carers’ lives. Everything that you donate will be used to support our Ca(I)re Programme service - providing a programme of free educational, social and health based courses to energise Edinburgh carers to carry on caring.
You can donate by clicking on the Virgin Money Giving logo on the left hand side of this page and any page of this website.
Select “Make a Monthly Donation” and select the amount of your monthly donation. It’s a simple as brewing a cuppa….
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Find out more about the inspirational life and work of Eric Liddell, which still continues to inspire people today.