” I started fundraising in 2014 after my Dad lost his life to mesothelioma. However my continued work with CAA has made it clear my tragedy was not an isolated case………….in my opinion, CAA is still one of the most effective charities in Scotland. The work of their support groups provides invaluable comfort to those suffering from debilitating asbestos induced diseases”

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Craig Porteous is Fundraising for CAA – Great Scottish Run Half Marathon 2016, 02 Oct 2016: “CAA have really helped my dad with support & information. I want to make sure they can continue to help him, other victims & their families to deal with Asbestos related illnesses”

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Helen Dobbie is raising funds for CAA in memory of her late father in law, Gordon Dobbie, by taking part in the Great Scottish Run 10k, 02 October 2016.

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We are very grateful to Fraser Allan,his friends and colleagues, who donated a magnificent £1924.89 to CAA.

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I will be running in memory of my grandfather Harry who died from the most aggressive cancer caused by asbestos, mesothelioma. Harry was exposed to asbestos while working in the Shipbuilding Industry on The Clyde

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Once again I will be supporting CAA Clydeside Action on Asbestos, this is the first time the Charity has been represented at the London Marathon & I am proud to be able to not only raise money on their behalf

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