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Team Kenya involves entire communities in Western Kenya in gender equality, so that girls and women in rural Kenya can create their own bright futures. We work with local primary schools, and the whole community that surrounds them to tackle the barriers that prevent girls from accessing quality education. We do this by working towards […]

Turn2us is a national charity helping people when times get tough. We provide financial support to help people get back on track. Anyone can be a missed pay-cheque, illness or bereavement away from a real financial crisis, which is why we can help you find the support you need to get back on track. The Benefits […]

Company Profile The A Project are a conflict resolution and community building charitable organisation limited by guarantee. It was formed in 2010 to establish a cohesive community in the W1, WC1 & WC2 areas of central London, which is a multicultural, diverse and eclectic, populated area. They offer consultation, training and dispute resolution as well […]

Valentina Barbacci is Social Impact and Development Advisor to TRVST, which facilitates and incentivises collaboration on sustainable solutions to social and environmental issues bringing together corporations, philanthropists, investors and engaged citizens. She is also Executive Director of Media Matters for Women, a women’s empowerment charity that employs female journalists to create and disseminate broadcasts on […]

"Goa Outreach is a working name of 'Joy Home for Children' a registered charity (No. 1131247).  
 
The Goa Outreach project is based in the Indian state of Goa, where it helps local disadvantaged children from small pockets of slums dotted around the state, these children migrate to Goa with the hope of a better life, which many do not find.  
 
The main objective of the charity is to help these children enter and stay in full time education.  Families often rely on their children to bring in money by working or begging and we try to get them off the streets and into school which can be difficult as many of the parents  do not see the benefit of education especially for girls who are often seen as just a burden for the family. 
 
Medical and health care are also provided to encourage safe practices and maintain their well being.  
 
All of this is provided by a small team of volunteers and local Indian staff. 
 
If you would like to support us then please contact us on office@goaoutreach.org.
 
To find out more please visit our website at https://www.GoaOutreach.org and like our facebook page at https://www.Facebook.com/GoaOutreach ."

Just4Children provides support for families to help their children with disabilities and sickness.   Just4Children is passionate about the relief of sickness and preservation of good physical and mental health of children and young people under the age of 25 years resident in the United Kingdom and Ireland in particular, and without limitation, by providing and assisting in the […]

Aspire is a national charity that provides practical help to people who have been paralysed by Spinal Cord Injury. A spinal injury can happen to anyone at any time, and no one is prepared for how it will change their life. Aspire exists because there is currently no cure.   Individuals affected by Spinal Cord […]

The Soap Co. is an ethical luxury brand that creates sophisticated body care products to nurture and care for your skin. Based in East London, and with a traditional workshop in the Lake District, all our products are handcrafted in the UK by people who are blind, disabled or otherwise disadvantaged. We take pride in […]

Breast Cancer Care combines the personal experiences of people affected by breast cancer with clinical expertise, using this in a unique way to: provide information on living with and beyond breast cancer offer emotional and practical support through our services and Helpline bring people affected by breast cancer together through our services and Forum campaign […]

During the 1930s, the basement of 16b Jermyn Street – close to Piccadilly in the heart of London’s West End  – was home to the glamorous Monseigneur Restaurant and Club. The space was converted into a theatre by Howard Jameson and Penny Horner in the early 1990s and Jermyn Street Theatre staged its first production […]