FareShare is the UK’s biggest charity fighting hunger and food waste. FareShare takes good-to-eat surplus food from across the food industry, sort it in our regional warehouses across the UK, and pass it onto a network of nearly 9,500 charities and community groups. These include food banks and pantries, hostels, refuges, community centres, older people’s lunch clubs, school clubs and hospices. Two thirds of the organisations FareShare provides food to, support children and families. During the last financial year, 2021-22, FareShare redistributed the equivalent of nearly 130 million meals - that’s 4 meals every second.
We are donating £25,000 to The Bowel Babe Fund from our Hydrate & Glow and Balance & Go Kits. Founded by Dame Deborah James, The Bowelbabe Fund for Cancer Research UK raises money to fund clinical trials and research into personalised medicine for cancer patients and supporting campaigns to raise awareness of bowel cancer.
The Beauty Backed fundraising initiative began in 2020 to support the independent businesses and entrepreneurs in the beauty industry who were directly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
After a successful launch, which saw £600,000 raised for the Hair and Beauty Charity, Beauty Backed has since evolved into a trust which aims to assist everyone and anyone who works, or who wants to work, in the beauty industry.
With beauty contributing £28 billion to the British economy each year, the Beauty Backed founder, Caroline Hirons, and trustees passionately believe this is a valuable industry which is too often ignored or overlooked.
The goal of the Beauty Backed Trust is to change this way of thinking and provide a means to support everyone in the beauty industry.
Follow @beautybacked on Instagram for more information.
The Eve Appeal is here for everyone who wants to better understand and look after their gynae health. We’re here to prevent the 5 gynae cancers (yep FIVE – womb, ovarian, cervical, vulval and vaginal). That means raising funds to do three essential things that no other charity is doing: raising awareness and running campaigns focussed on signs, symptoms and risk factors; funding medical research in early diagnosis and new screening programmes and running a specialist nurse service Ask Eve.
Demand for Ask Eve has rocketed during the pandemic. Not surprising when it’s hard to see your GP. Donations from the kits has been invaluable. We’ve been able to scale up online and telephone support, create a Covid19 information hub, and produce new resources for groups of people who find accessing healthcare challenging.
Your donations - £70k and counting – have helped bust the taboos, challenge the stigma and campaign for better education. The fact that donations from the kit are now specifically supporting Ask Eve also means something else that’s pretty brilliant – we can put core funds into supporting medical research. So, while many research charities have been hard hit during the pandemic and have been unable to award new research funds – we’ve been able to fund a very clever research team to continue developing a risk prediction for these gynae cancers.
Follow @eveappeal on all social channels for information about signs, symptoms and risk factors.For free, confidential help: email@example.com or call 0808 802 0019
Show Racism the Red Card is a charity working across the UK for 25 years using the high profile of football to deliver high quality and effective anti-racism education.Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) was established in 1996 and has continued to grow, 2021 sees the 25th Anniversary of the organisation.We deliver programmes of direct anti-racism education with over 50,000 young people and approx 10,000 adults every year. We also produce educational resources used daily in schools throughout the UK.Independent external evaluations demonstrate the efficacy of SRtRC’s activities:'The most significant impact on young people is the sense of empowerment that it awakens.’&‘By fuelling young people’s passion to speak out against racism, SRtRC may be breaking the transmission of inter-generational racism.’This past year has reminded us all of the heart-breaking effects that racism can have, on an individual, a family, a community, a nation, and the wider world. Education gives us the opportunity to teach the next generation. To use the lessons that we have learned from the mistakes of the past...to improve their world.If that can be a world free from racism then there can be no more fitting tribute to the memory of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Christopher Alder, Stephen Lawrence, Anthony Walker and too many others ...
Choose Love does whatever it takes to provide refugees and displaced people with everything from lifesaving rescue boats to food and legal advice. Our work has reached over one million people and supported over 250 fast-acting community organisations across Europe, the Middle East and along the US-Mexico border. Everything we do is powered by a vision of a world that chooses love and justice every day, for everyone.