Our Sponsorships

Virtue Money have been closely working with numerous organisations through sponsorships. We have helped a variety of groups showing our support in different areas such as education groups, local transport organisations to sports teams. Have a look at our sponsorship’s gallery.

Team Accelerace

Virtue Money have had a busy few weeks with regard to meeting our sponsored F1 for schools team Accelerace in June 2018. The girls had been preparing to compete in the world championships held in Singapore. Our advisers, Grant and Alan headed along to Linlithgow Academy to meet the girls and present them with a cheque to help them with their payments in Singapore. We wished the girls the best of luck at the competition. The girls kept us posted during their time in Singapore and our staff member Blair even managed to meet up and get a picture before the F1 started. The girls managed to be the 8th fastest car at the competition (51 teams competed), which was a tremendous achievement. We were very proud to be apart of helping them on their competition and being their gold sponsor.

A massive thanks to our Gold sponsor Virtue Money who we are excited to work with and promote females in STEM and women in Financial Services. Thank you for your support on our #roadtosingapore” – Team Accelerace, F1 in Schools Development class UK Champions 2018

Dragon’s Spine

Virtue Money are very happy and proud to be sponsors of the Larbert & Falkirk 41 Club who have taken on the Dragon’s Spine on the 30th May 2019 – a 420 mile cycle round the coastline of Wales for Alzheimer Scotland, taking a massive 5 days to complete! Our adviser, Grant is part of the team and had been training very hard for the event. Overall they managed to raise an incredible £21,250!

“A closer look at our challenge top donated by Virtue Money. Thanks to all our fantastic top sponsors.” – Larbert & Falkirk 41 Club, Dragon’s Spine Challenge 2019.

Beau Nessie – Bo’ness Community Bus

On Friday the 27th of July, Virtue Money presented the cheque to the winners of the Busey McBusFace Competition at Bo’ness Steam Railway. The Bo’ness Community Bus is a registered charity, which runs a ‘not for profit’ scheduled daily minibus service, plus a hire service.
Their membership is free to anyone over sixteen who lives in the Bo’ness Blackness area. The organisation is managed by a small group of voluntary trustees, who along with staff of three drivers and operations manager, sustain the minibus service. Congratulations to the winners Margaret McGurk and Rob Willox for coming up with the name, Beau Nessie.

“Thank you to Virtue Money for your fabulous support throughout the competition and for your kind sponsorship. Working together for the local community.” – Val Ferguson, Manager of Bo’ness and Area Community Bus Association SCIO. 

Braehead Clan

Virtue Money have previously sponsored the Glasgow Braehead Clan, Glasgow’s home Ice Hockey team. The team was formed in 2010 and are based in the Braehead Arena in Renfrew, Glasgow. Known as the ‘Purple Clan’, the Glasgow Clan, we sponsored the players through 2016/17.

“Support Our Sponsors As Our Sponsors Support The Club. Virtue Money thanks for your support guys, see you at Sunday’s game.” – Glasgow Clan, Ice Hockey Team.

 

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