“The support and assistance shown by the Foundation to both myself and my family following my serious injury was invaluable and overwhelming. I would like to express my sincere thanks to the Foundation and Scottish Rugby who assisted in my recovery.”
Tonci Buzov, Hillhead/Jordanhill
“The car is ‘Superb’ as built by Skoda and funded by MIPF to which I am eternally grateful for financing to allow increased independence. It has all the facilities I need with hand control adaptions with plenty of space to carry my wheelchair and passengers and to allow me an active lifestyle which includes event attendance, hospital visits and my day job with Glasgow Warriors.”
“Nowadays, people understand that dealing with disability is an expensive business. Government agencies and local authorities do offer support but, with the best will in the world, there are many vital elements of care and equipment that are not covered which is where the MIPF steps in to support injured players like myself.”
Support Chris Laidlaw !
The son of one of Scottish Rugby’s all-time greats is preparing for an “amazing challenge” for charity in 2021.
Chris Laidlaw, 30, a Scotland Club XV International stand-off and captain of Boroughmuir Bears (winners of the FOSROC Super6 Scottish Cup), is taking a year out of the game in 2021 – to run 12 marathons in 12 months!
The 12 in 12 quest will begin on New Year’s Day when he will set off from the Boroughmuir clubhouse at 10am to pound the pavements for some 26 miles.
Please support Chris's effort at: https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/12in12in21