Helping Hands is a registered Charity set up in 2013 to assist people in our local community who are in need (Kenilworth, Leamington and Warwick).
We fly two regional air ambulances, across the counties of Warwickshire, Northamptonshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire & Rutland. These two helicopters provide a rapid response to trauma and medical emergencies over an area of 3850 square miles covering many of the UK’s major road networks.
Molly Olly’s Wishes supports children with terminal or life threatening illnesses and their families to help with their emotional wellbeing. We grant individual wishes and donate therapeutic toys and books to both children directly and to hospitals throughout the UK.
Doorway has worked with more than 9,000 young people since 1997 with many of them coming from areas of multiple deprivation. The staff team are very experienced and recognise the importance of listening so that they can meet the individual needs of each young person.
Guy’s Gift is a registered charity providing support for bereaved children, young people and their families in Warwickshire following the death of a parent, sibling or other significant person in their life. We guide and support bereaved children and young people, and help them manage their grief.
Young People First, a registered charity working to improve young people’s lives, supporting disadvantaged and vulnerable young people.
Coventry Cyrenians provide individualised support to promote and enhance the life chances of people in Coventry and Warwickshire who are homeless, or at risk of homelessness, and empower them to live as independently as possible.
This charity was set up by founder Charlotte Jolliffe whose son, 13 month old Freddie, was sadly taken in a tragic car accident in December 2014.
“Charlotte said: “Not long after I said my last goodbyes, I desperately wanted to seek help from other people that felt this intense emotional and physical pain I was feeling, but no one seemed to be willing to help me.” Freddie’s Wish was set up with the aim to educate healthcare professionals and wider society in the importance of offering proactive support to bereaved parents to help them through the darkest of times.
It wasn’t until Harry’s second day of life that his parent’s realised that there was something wrong with their gorgeous little bundle. Harry has cerebral palsy, visual and hearing impairments, trouble with speech, epilepsy, feeding difficulties, learning difficulties and even breathing difficulties, diagnosed with spastic quadriplegic cerebral palsy, cognitively age of a three month old, registered blind, can not swallow properly ( tube fed and having breathing difficulties) and sleeps with an oxygen tank. Harry’s parents set up the Trust to help raise much-needed funds so he can have the very best life possible.
Centrepoint provides homeless young people with accommodation, health support and life skills in order to get them back into education, training and employment. Violence, abuse, family breakdown and problems with mental health: young people often become homeless because it’s safer to leave home than to stay. According to our research, 110,000 young people asked for help with homelessness last year – this needs to change.
Wolverhampton Boxing Club is a voluntary run boxing club offering the opportunity to train and learn the art of boxing, in one of the most deprived areas of Wolverhampton. The clubs welcomes children and adults from the age of 8 and also have links with local schools and youth groups. It operates from a building which is over 100 years old and as you can imagine, it is in constant need of repair and maintenance. The club rely on charitable donations to enable them to keep the building open for the community. The club is recognised as being of enormous benefit not only to the local East Park community, but for the whole of Wolverhampton.
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