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Kicking off our 30th birthday celebration with a charity step challenge!

On 29 June 2022 Braemar Finance turns 30 years old, and to mark this special anniversary 28 staff have come together in four teams to compete against each other in a step challenge, all in aid of three Dental, Veterinary and Optical charities.

The premise is very simple - the team with the highest number of steps completed between 29 May and 29 June wins the ‘race’!

How to support


Braemar Finance will match total donations made up to £3,000 in total across all three charities (£1,000 per charity), which means the more that is donated, the more Braemar Finance is able to contribute to the chosen charities.


DENTAL: We are supporting Bridge2aid as our dental charity. They train people in oral health and their work is focussed on deprived areas; donations can made on the JustGiving page.

Donate to Brideg2aid


VETERINARY: We are supporting Blue Cross as our veterinary charity.  They find happy homes for abandoned, unwanted or homeless pets and they keep pets healthy by promoting welfare and providing treatment; donations can made on the JustGiving page.

Donate to Blue Cross


OPTICAL: We are supporting Guide Dogs as our optical charity. They breed and train dogs to give blind people freedom and mobility; donations can be made on the JustGiving page.

Donate to Guide Dogs


Aileen Boyle, Managing Director of Braemar Finance, said: “To say we have a competitive team in Braemar Finance would be an understatement. There are already reports of team members walking munros over the weekend, and some even ‘having’ to play more golf than normal to maintain those steps…

“But on a more serious note, these are three very deserving charities, and donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. When a donation is made, the money is sent directly to the charity, saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

“We’re very proud of having supported the professions over the past three decades with vital funding solutions through all economic cycles, which has contributed to the growth of many dental, veterinary, optical and associated healthcare businesses across the UK and Ireland.”