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  • Cornwall Wildlife Trust

    Cornwall Wildlife Trust



    Telephone: (01872) 273 939


    We are the leading local wildlife charity working to protect Cornwall's wildlife and wild places, ensuring all money raised in Cornwall, stays in Cornwall.

     With over 57 nature reserves and thousands of acres of land, we work tirelessly to protect and support Cornwall's landscape. Reporting, rescuing, restoring or recording we work with volunteers and local groups to learn more about this stuning corner of England.




  • The Aspinall Foundation

    The Aspinall Foundation

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    The Aspinall Foundation are an internationally renowned animal conservation charity that works in conjunction with Howletts and Port Lympne Wild Animal Parks in Kent. dedicated to protecting endangered animals around the globe, we were founded in 1984. Now, over 30 years on, the foundation is known for returning captive bred animals to protected wilderness areas and reserves worldwide. Our parks lead the way in animal care, enclosure design, enrichment and are designed to be breeding sanctuaries for some of the world’s most endangered animals. The Aspinall Foundation fund, support and manage animal protection projects in Congo, Gabon, Java, Madagascar and many more around the world.


    A few highlights:

    • In Madagascar with our protection The Greater Bamboo Lemur has gone from a population of 100 to 1000.
    • We have successfully released 72 Gorillas into Congo & Gabon and have had over 30 wild births!
    • One of our packs of Painted Dogs will sent to Africa from Port Lympne in the next few months to be released back to the wild, this is the first ever Painted Dog Reintroduction!
    • We are protecting one million acres of African savannah and forest in Gabon & Congo helping an entire ecosystem to recover and thrive once again.
    • We are working with local community groups and schools in Kent to improve conservation awareness and promoting ways to look after local habitats.


  • Listening Post

    Listening Post



    Telephone: 01452 383820

    Listening Post provides a professional counselling service to adults in Gloucestershire who are suffering emotional and psychological distress.  A private counselling session can cost £50, but we do not charge a set fee and never turn anyone away on ground of income.  We offer our clients the opportunity to talk about their difficulties in a safe, confidential and non-judgemental environment and our service is available to anyone over 18.

  • Refuge


    Telephone: 0207 395 7713




    Refuge is committed to a world where domestic violence is not tolerated and where women and children can live in safety. We aim to empower women and children to rebuild their lives, free from violence and fear by providing a range of services including a network of refuges across the country, a 24hour national domestic violence helpline as well as outreach and independent advocacy services.

  • Brake, the road safety charity

    Brake, the road safety charity


    Contact:  01484 683294 - Lisa Kendall

    Brake, the road safety charity

    Brake is a national road safety charity dedicated to preventing road death and injury and supporting those bereaved or injured in road crashes.


  • The Shaw Mind Foundation

    The Shaw Mind Foundation



    Telephone: 01636 600825

    The Shaw Mind Foundation's common goal is to significantly reduce suicide across the world within 10 years*. We do this by developing innovative ways to support children and the next generation to flourish and cope with the emotional demands of modern day life, and by supporting businesses to shape positive mental health and wellbeing in the workplace. 

    All of our projects are key in reducing suicide rates across the world. We work hard to support children, schools and businesses with developing sustainable strategies for positive mental health.

    *as of 2017


  • Rethink Mental illness

    Rethink Mental illness



    Contact: 0300 5000 927 


    ‘Fundraise for Rethink Mental Illness and help to support thousands of people severely affected by mental illness.’



  • St Mungo’s

    St Mungo’s


    Contact: 020 3856 6230

    Description: St Mungo’s provides a bed and support to more than 2,700 people a night who are either homeless or at risk or at risk of homelessness. Our vision is that everyone has a place to call home and can fulfil their hopes and ambitions.


  • The Salvation Army

    The Salvation Army



    Contact:   020 7367 4819 

    The Salvation Army is a registered charity and church working in 120 countries worldwide and is one of the largest and most diverse providers of social welfare in the world. In the UK and Republic of Ireland this work includes more than 800 Salvation Army social service centres and community churches. We provide unconditional friendship, support and very practical help to people in crisis and need and work with children, older people, homeless people and those dealing with drug and/or alcohol addiction. Alongside our work in the UK, The Salvation Army International Projects Office works with communities around the world to support and empower them to defeat poverty and injustice. Our development projects are created and implemented in partnership with communities to enable them to build a better life and future for themselves. The Salvation Army is a Church and registered Charity in England (214779), Wales (214779), Scotland (SC009359) and the Republic of Ireland (CHY6399) 

    Charity Registration No. 214779 and in Scotland SC009359 






  • Crisis


    Telephone: 020 7036 2879




    Crisis is the national charity for single homeless people. We believe everyone deserves a place to call home and the chance to live a fulfilled and active life. Crisis helps people rebuild their lives through housing, health, education and employment services. We are also determined campaigners working to prevent people becoming homeless and to change the way society and government thinks and acts towards homeless people

  • Tonic Music for Mental Health

    Tonic Music for Mental Health





    Tonic Music for Mental Health is a not-for-profit organisation based in Southsea, established in 2012. 

    Tonic offers people opportunities to take part in relaxed and informal groups to learn skills such as music theory, technique, repertoire development, stylistic awareness, achieving a good tone, overcoming nerves and anxiety, performance technique and making practice productive and beneficial.

    The support Tonic offers is designed to increase confidence, reduce isolation and promote individual recovery through relaxed and informal music-based support. We encourage open discussions about mental health and promote peer support and friendships beyond the groups. In the current climate of austerity measures and government cuts, services available to people with mental health problems (particularly within the arts) are too often limited and hard to access. We aim to support people who may already be receiving input from mental health services and those who have not had any previous contact to provide an inclusive support network to help people in their recovery.






  • Campaign for National Parks

    Campaign for National Parks


    Contact:  02079 810892


    Campaign for National Parks is the only charity dedicated to protecting and promoting National Parks across England and Wales. We are a small organisation but as the only national independent charity dedicated to protecting and improving the National Parks we have an oversized impact. Our mission is to make Parks more beautiful, better protected and accessible for all. We work to create change at a national level to improve our most important national assets.






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