Information for the restoration project

Clan Hannay Society 2020 Calendar NOW ON SALE! 

Proceeds to the Sorbie Tower Restoration Fund — £10 each plus postage.

Click here to order online and purchase via PayPal or credit card.

If you wish to pay by cheque, contact Jacquie Hannay (membership@clanhannay.org) for mailing address and postage cost.

Clan Hannay Society 2019 Calendar NOW ON SALE! 

Proceeds to the Sorbie Tower Restoration Fund — £10 each plus postage.

Click here to order online and purchase via PayPal.

If you wish to pay by cheque, contact Jacquie Hannay (membership@clanhannay.org) for mailing address and postage cost.

Tartan Week Talk – New York City

At a reception in New York during Tartan Week in April this year, illustrated talks were given by the Chief David Hannay, on the Clan Hannay Society, and by the convenor Stephen Hanna, on Sorbie tower. All donations went to the restoration appeal for Sorbie Tower.

Support the Clan Society with easyfundraising.org.uk website

Originally posted by admin on January 2, 2013

Do you shop online?   Purchases made through a partnership with easyfundraising.org.uk will direct a donation to the Clan Hannay Society.  Find out more here. Currently, this organisation supports only causes in the United Kingdom, and only UK residents are eligible to sign up.

 How it works

easyfundraising.org.uk helps charitiesschoolssports clubscommunity groups, and other good causes to raise money when their supporters shop online. So far we’ve raised over £3 million for causes throughout the UK.

It works in a similar way to many other loyalty shopping sites, but instead of earning points when you shop,you raise a donation for your cause instead. It’s as simple as that!

You can shop with over 2,000 well known stores and each will donate up to 15% of what you spend. For example, John Lewis will donate 1%, Amazon 2.5%, The Body Shop 6%, some insurance retailers will even donate up to £30 simply for taking out a policy with them!

 

Tower Restoration Fund

Posted by franklaw on May 9, 2012

Want to help with the restoration of Sorbie Tower? Can’t make it to the 50th anniversary gathering, but want to contribute to the Society in some way?  In response to queries from members about donations for work on our ancestral keep, here’s the info you need.

Clan Chief Dr. David Hannay writes:

Our Clan seat, Sorbie Tower, is in urgent need of restorative work, and I am approaching all members for help towards this work, by donating £50 (but any amount will be welcome) in this 50th year.  If every member gives £50, we could create a fund in the region of £25,000, which would be a good start towards our goal of achieving a full restoration.  The names of those donating £50 [or the equivalent in other currency] or more will be entered in a special donations book, and each will receive a certificate.

I hope to see you in Scotland in May.
David R. Hannay, Chief of Clan Hannay

To make a donation, please send a cheque made out to The Clan Hannay Society, and write in the memo field – or enclose a brief note – indicating that it is intended for the Sorbie Tower Conservation Project.

See below for the appropriate mailing address based on the currency used.


For donations in Pounds Sterling (£)

Sorbie Tower Conservation Project
c/o Stephen Hanna, Convenor, Clan Hannay Society
Bayview
4 Culderry Row,
Garlieston, Wigtownshire
DG8 8BE
UNITED KINGDOM


For donations in U.S. or Canadian Dollars ($)

Sorbie Tower Conservation Project
c/o Jamie Hanna, Clan Hannay Society
73 Glenashton Drive
Oakville, Ontario
L6K 7A1
CANADA

Sealed Knot Society at Sorbie

Posted by franklaw on April 18, 2011

Clan Hannay welcomed for the first time the Sealed Knot Society’s Manus O Cahans Regiment on Sat 16th and Sun 17th April 2011.  The society’s members are working with the clan to raise funds for the restoration of the tower.

Thank You to Sorbie Tower Donors

Posted by franklaw on November 20, 2010

Stephen Hanna, our resident Sorbie Tower Guide,  would like to thank all visitors to the tower  — members and non-members alike — for being so generous with their donations. The amount given so far  from tours stands at around GBP1,500.00 ($3,000) over a period of two years.