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While fully funding our own events, Bay City Rollers Fan Events also have quite the philanthropic side.

Examples of our charitable contributions include the following:



The 40th Anniversary Event in Philadelphia donated $2,500 to the following charities (Click on logo for more information)


Pre-event fundraising and memorabilia auctions for The Proud Son of Edinburgh Alan Longmuir Memorial event raised well over £5,000 for Children’s Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS) who were also in attendance


Bay City Rollers Fan Events raised $900 toward a memorial bench to be placed near Alan’s resting place in Stirling, Scotland.

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Funds and donated items totaling well over $1,000 has also been raised for Hope and Help for Sal's Tribe  a community based non-profit helping people in need, during this global pandemic. This campaign is ongoing.


In August of 2022 members of Bay City Rollers Fan Events donated close to £700 toward a fundraising campaign set up by Ian Mitchell’s Family for Macmillan Cancer Support.  The family’s goal was to raise £500.  Bay City Rollers Fan Events members SMASHED that goal within hours.  87% of donations to the family's campaign were made by Bay City Rollers Fan Events members.  


If you’d like to make a donation in Ian Mitchell’s memory click Macmillan Cancer Support


It is a tremendous source of pride to be part of such a kind and generous community.

Disclaimer: This page is not officially affiliated with the Bay City Rollers. Please note, that Bay City Rollers Fan Events as a whole and all of the fan events they produce and will continue to produce, have the expressed support of 4 of the 5 "Classic Five" band members (including 2 spouses of members who have passed).  This group is NOT affiliated nor supported in any way by the version of the band that presently goes by The New Generation Bay City Rollers

Bay City Rollers Fan Events is grateful for the previous and ongoing support received from:  Derek Longmuir, Eileen Longmuir, Eric Faulkner and Duncan Faure.

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