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Sunny-sid3up charity partner for Andy Murray Live!
Sunny-sid3up is delighted to announce that we will officially join Unicef as charity partner at this year's Andy Murray Live at the SSE Hydro. 
We are extremely grateful to Andy for selecting us. The funds from Andy Murray Live will allow us to make a real difference to those in need. 

Andy Murray : "I am really pleased that Andy Murray Live can support another Glasgow-based charity and make a real difference to the lives of those in need in Scotland and further afield. The work that Sunny-sid3up do was a real inspiration to me. As well as supporting Unicef, it is important to me that each year my event can benefit a local Scottish charity - the first Andy Murray Live gave a real boost to Young People's Futures and this year I am confident that we can do even better for Sunny-sid3up."

Who we are
Sunny-sid3up is a charity operating out of Glasgow, Scotland, run by family and friends of its founder, the late Christopher Feeney.
What we do
Sunny-sid3up focuses on tackling projects that improve lives and communities in Scotland and overseas.
We use your donations and our shop profits to carry out a wide range of projects. Recently we have invested in local community projects, sports clubs and have worked with other charities in Scotland.
To find out more and keep up to date with our latest projects, visit our projects blog on our website.
We are always looking for new project ideas so please get in touch with any suggestions you have.

Your donations help us to help others.

 

Charity No: SC042516

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