We have teamed up with Elegante’s in support of Rainbows Hospice for children and young people. Since 1994 Rainbows have made a huge difference on children’s lives, as they provide a place for them to play, laugh and love life. It is the East Midland’s only hospice for children and young people, where their incredible team provide around the clock care.
Help them to brighten short lives and donate now.
Help for Heroes is the leading charity for the armed forces community, helping wounded veterans and their families to recover and move on with their lives. They provide vital support for the lifetime of those wounded in the service of their country. Helping them each step of the way. Mental health has had major influence in society today more than ever, with it being spoken about more and ways individuals can be supported, which is exactly what Help for Heroes do for veterans who struggle with this. Every year 2500 men and women are leaving the military with injuries, donate now and help support those in need.
Together with its research partner, the UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health, Great Ormond Street host the UK’s only paediatric National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Biomedical Research Centre (BRC).Since its formation in 1852, the hospital has been dedicated to children’s healthcare and to finding new and better ways to treat childhood illnesses.Their mission is to put the ‘child first and always’.
Chance To Shine aims to give all children the opportunity to play, learn and develop through cricket. It’s vital that children get the right amount of physical activity each day to remain fit and healthy, and what better way to do so through cricket. Since 2005 they have coached over 5 million children, sharing their passion and encouraging others. It enables children to make friends and appreciate the true values of team work. Chance To Shine allows anyone to play and get involved, despite their gender, race and age, or even socio-economic background. It can contribute to mental health, social wellbeing, self-esteem and general well-being.
In early 2018 Andrew Strauss, the former England cricket captain was told his wife Ruth,was diagnosed with an incurable lung cancer, that affects non-smokers. On December 29th 2018, she tragically passed away, leaving behind her husband, and two children. This foundation has been launched in order to provide emotional support for families to prepare for the death of a parent from cancer and to raise awareness of the need for more research in the fight against non-smoking lung cancers.
Prostate Cancer UK’s top priority is funding research to stop prostate cancer killing men. Investing millions to find better treatments and better tests that can spot fast-growing cancers early, and could be used in a screening programme to save thousands of lives.In the last 20 years, they’ve invested over £37 million into ground breaking research, and continue to provide award-winning support for men.
As the UK’s leading bowel cancer charity, Bowel Cancer UK are determined to save lives and improve the quality of live for everyone affected by the cancer. Bowel cancer do a lot to help: support those affected with expert information, provide an online forum for people to talk about their experiences, they campaign for early diagnosis, support and fund research, additionally they educate through training, workshops and study days.