• June 2019

  • The Geological Society of London

    The Geological Society supports the work of geoscientists, inspires interest in the physical world and connects science, profession and society.

  • May 2019

  • National Star

    National Star supports young people with complex physical and learning disabilities and acquired brain injuries to live more independent lives.

  • April 2019

  • Brighton YMCA

    Brighton YMCA empower homeless people with complex needs to overcome trauma they’ve experienced, providing accommodation, support and wrap-around services to enable people to achieve their goals.

  • People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Foundation

    The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) Foundation is a UK-based charity dedicated to establishing and protecting the rights of all animals.

  • Dance Professionals Fund

    Dance Professionals Fund provide welfare support for dance professionals throughout their lives. Those suffering from injury, illness or other disadvantage receive financial grants and assistance.

  • Vegetarian for Life

    Vegetarian for Life is the only charity supporting older vegans and vegetarians. We work to ensure that people’s beliefs are protected – whatever their age.

  • March 2019

  • iSightCornwall

    iSightCornwall are the only resource in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly whose sole purpose is to support people affected by sight loss.

  • MySight York

    MySight York is a thriving, independent, local charity working to help people with sight loss to remain independent.

  • The Volunteer Link Scheme

    The Volunteer Link Scheme tackle isolation and loneliness among those who have nobody else by linking them with trained volunteers who visit weekly.

  • The Amber Trust

    The Amber Trust provides music grants and services to blind and partially sighted children, including those with additional disabilities.