Since 2016 we have donated some of our profits to UK based charities that support 16-25 year olds with disabilities or other disadvantages.
In particular, projects that grow personal/work experience, confidence and life skills.
We also support two assistance dog charities that have an enormously empowering effect on people's lives.
We look for organisations with a positive track record of success and a desire to connect and have a positive relationship with supporters. Further details of some of these are below.
Orpheus believes that disabled young people should have the same opportunities as their non-disabled peers.
They aim to equip young disabled people with the skills and confidence they need in order to live independent and fulfilling lives.
Orpheus was founded by Richard Stilgoe in 1998 and one of its focuses is building confidence through the performing arts. Find out more in this information video.www.orpheus.org.uk
Step by Step support young people who are going through hard times. They offer a unique step by step approach, providing accommodation, personal development opportunities, and specialist support services.www.stepbystep.org.uk
Clock Tower Santuary aims to prevent vulnerable young people from becoming part of the long-term homeless population. Their vision is that all homeless young people are encouraged, supported, challenged and inspired to develop their full potential and transform their lives.www.thects.org.uk
Amazing dogs that bring greater independence and quality of life to their partners, offering security, companionship, and practical help with everyday tasks.
No Fear Bridge Sponsored Dogs
This year we're pleased to announce that No Fear Bridge is sponsoring two Canine Partners puppies, Lucy and Jessie.
Lucy has completed all her training and will soon be with her new partner.
Jessie in currently in training.
You can see more of what the amazing canine partners can do in this YouTube video.www.caninepartners.org.uk
Dogs For Good support people with complex needs including physical disabilities, autism, dementia and learning disabilities enabling them to lead more independent lives through the help of trained dogs.
We are currently sponsoring two dogs that will be placed in families with an autistic young person.
You can see what a difference these dogs can make in this YouTube video.www.dogsforgood.org