Charities we have supported
Below are links to the websites of just some of the well deserving charities that we have supported over the years. If you have a moment why not visit a few of these and see what fabulous work they do.
www.childrensadventurefarm.org The Children’s Adventure Farm Trust is a charity based around a beautiful 17th century farmhouse, in the heart of Cheshire countryside and offers free adventure breaks and activities to children who are disadvantaged by illness, disability and poverty, from all over the Northwest.
www.rmchcharity.org.uk The Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital Charity raises funds to ensure continued excellence in treatment, care and research, enhancing the lives of thousands of children each year.
www.headway.org.uk Headway is a charity set up to give help and support to people affected by brain injury.
www.buryhospice-friends.com Bury Hospice delivers very special nursing and medical care to local men and women who are living with a life-threatening or terminal illness whilst supporting their families and carers.
www.climb.org.uk Climb is a national organisation working on behalf of children, young people and families affected by metabolic disease.
www.birthmarksupportgroup.org.uk The Birthmark Support Group was set up by parents of children with birthmarks in December 1998 at the suggestion of Drs Harper and Syed from Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children. Its objective is to provide a UK based support group for anyone with a birthmark.
www.derianhouse.co.uk Derian House Children’s Hospice offers specialist palliative respite and terminal care for children who may not live to reach adulthood.
www.nationalmssociety.org The National MS Society helps those affected by funding cutting-edge research, driving change through advocacy, facilitating professional education, and providing programs and services that help people with MS and their families move their lives forward.
www.wishesanddreams.org.uk The Wishes & Dreams Trust aims to make the wishes and dreams of terminally ill children a reality.
www.mndassociation.org The MND Association is a charity helping people with MND secure the care and support they need, while promoting research into causes, treatments and a cure.