Fundraising and Donations


The club costs in excess of £33000 per year to run. The club aims to raise a minimum of £5000 from sponsorship, £5000 from grants, £6500 from the profit from the shinty lottery, £7000 from fundraising and donations, £7000 from gate receipts and season tickets plus £2500 from teas, merchandise sales, etc'


Play Shinty Lotto

lotto
Newtonmore Camanachd Club run a 3 number lottery that is drawn every week at one of  four locations round the village. Tickets are on sale in a number of locations in Dalwhinnie, Laggan and Newtonmore including Dalwhinnie garage, The Monadliath Hotel, the Laggan Country House hotel, Grants garage Newtonmore, the Glen Hotel, the Braeriach Hotel, the Balavil Hotel, Newtonmore Post Office and the Golf Club Newtonmore. In addition to that a number of people sell tickets at the industrial estate and in some houses and residential facilities.

The draw takes place on a Saturday with the minimum prize fund being £200. If the draw is not won the prize increases by £100 each week until it reaches £1500 and it is then drawn till it is won.

Many people are finding it more convenient to play the lottery by standing order including Badenoch exiles. If you would like to take part in the lottery please download the attached form and send it to our Treasurer. 
Lottery Form


Fundraising events

Race Night
This has been postponed until a new date in September.

Highland Games
2016 was a very successful afternoon for shinty merchandise sales and the summer raffle. The 2017 Highland Games is on Saturday 5th August.

Shinty Dance
This took place in the village hall on Saturday 12th November and many thanks to Cammy MacDonald for organising it and to Newtonmore Grill for providing an excellent meal. Norman Macarthur commented that it was unprecedented for the club to have success at 1st and 2nd team level at the same time. He thanked all the people behind the players that made this possible.

The 1st team player of the year was won by Andy Mackintosh who had been part of a superb defence and also won the Albert Smith medal at the Camanachd Cup; the 2nd team player of the year was retained by Kenny Ross, the first time this has happened; the young player of the year was awarded to Iain. Robinson.

This years dinner dance is on Saturday 11th November in the Village Hall.

Texas Scramble
Texas scramble it was a slightly smaller line up of 21 teams this year who competed for the usual great prizes sourced by James Brannan for Castle Stuart, Murrayshall and Spey Valley. The prize at Gleneagles pushed raffle sales to a record level and the hugely enjoyable day raised £2000.

50/50 Draw
This takes place at every 1st team home match and will add over £1000 to club funds during the season.  Sandra Grant would welcome help with selling tickets.

Sir Tommy Macpherson Memorial Trophy
Many thanks are due to Lady Jean, Angus and the rest of the family for supporting the  second playing of this annual tribute to Sir Tommy which took place on Friday 5th August and was televised on BBC Alba. The weather was much better than in 2015 and the trophy was retained by Newtonmore 4-1. This will be played on the Friday evening before the games every year.

Jock Paul Mackintosh Memorial Trophy
This started off life as an exclusively Veterans event.  In 2017 a new format has been introduced with team captains requiring to select a player over 40, a lady, a player over 30 and a player under 18.

Shinty / Shooting Competition
Watch out for this new fundraiser that Evan Cheyne is organising in September.

Xmas Sale
This years Xmas sale is on Saturday 2nd December.  This is the most important regular fundraiser in our calendar and has been running since 1923.  In the last couple of years it has been rejuvenated with a variety of new ideas including an Xmas hamper.  This year we hope to add a bumper 12 Days of Xmas raffle.