At the end of last year we invited you to nominate charities for a donation this year. You can see them all and read more about the causes they support her. Thank you to all of you who made nominations. We have enjoyed learning about the wonderful work of these charities, many of which are new to us.
On behalf of everyone at Brent Lodge Bird & Wildlife Hospital, thank you very much for your kind donation. Your donation will contribute towards the hospital general running costs including food and treatment for the 3,000 wildlife patients we look after each year. We currently have over 300 hedgehogs staying with us at the moment, so we have lots of hungry mouths to feed and with your support this will make such a difference.
As you are aware Brent Lodge is a small local charity that is totally dependant on the kind donations we receive from our supporters, we receive no government funding so we are so grateful to you for your support. It is nice to know that people really do care about the welfare of the wildlife around them.
The NABD was set up in April 1991 by six bikers from Stockport and Manchester who would not accept the idea that disabled people could not ride motorcycles, scooters, sidecar outfits, trikes or quad-cycles.
Currently they are overwhelmed by grant applicants to learn to ride – the main applicants are disabled ex forces people who have survived IED’s and want freedom and independence that a modified motorcycle or trike would provide.
The Association was established for the advancement of the education of the public, in particular by the preservation and exhibition of the Yarmouth Steam Drifter “Lydia Eva YH89″ and the Lowestoft Side Winder Trawler “Mincarlo LT412". The Trust is preserving two of Britain's most important vessels.
Bromley Music Makershold monthly concerts of live classical music with the aim of giving pleasure to those who enjoy performing or listening to music.
The membership of Bromley Music Makers consists of both listeners and performers. They are a large group with diverse musical interests, naturally all sharing a love of classical music. Performing members are at different stages of their musical careers.
95% of wild tigers have been lost in the last century. There are only 3,900 tigers remaining in the wild. They’ve been poached and their habitats destroyed. WWF’s aim is to protect this majestic species and the amazing world we live in.
The Heathrow Special Needs Centre is open for people from 5 years of age with all kinds of disabilities and special needs including those with multiple and profound learning disabilities, physical and mental disabilities, those recovering from stroke or other serious ailments, the elderly and those affected by dementia.
At Maggie’s you can talk to, and get support from, a range of professional people. Their Centres are staffed by Cancer Support Specialists, Benefits Advisors, Nutritionists, therapists and Psychologists who can support you in whichever way best suits your needs.