Cheltenham & Gloucester Hospitals Charity
The Cheltenham and Gloucester Hospitals Charity raises funds to make a real difference for our patients, their families and the staff who treat them and work in Gloucestershire Royal and Cheltenham General Hospitals alongside the Stroud Maternity Unit.
Your support for the Charity enables us to invest in projects that make the hospitals better for you. Our aim is to create a comfortable and positive environment for all of our patients and staff, investing in improvements to our buildings, in state of the art equipment and extra care over and above that provided by the NHS.
COVID-19: Rapid Response Appeal
An appeal to support our amazing NHS staff. Our hospitals are under increasing pressure as a result of COVID-19. Donations to our appeal will help us to respond quickly for our staff, supporting them wherever the need is greatest.
Cheltenham Animal Shelter
'Cheltenham Animal Shelter is a charity that has been helping animals since 1926.
Based in the heart of Gloucestershire, we rescue and re-home unwanted and abandoned stray cats, dogs and small animals.
Each year we care for around 800 animals at a cost of £650,000 without the help of any Government funding.
We rely greatly on the generosity of animal lovers like you to ensure that our doors remain firmly open.
Providing we have space available, members of the public needing to re-home their dog, cat or small animal can sign them over in to our care. We are extremely careful that all of our animals find their right home by asking potential owners to complete a life-style questionnaire and conducting a home visit.
Cheltenham Animal Shelter are executive members of the ‘Association of Dogs and Cats Homes’, where we adhere to and exceed their code of practice. We also have dog boarding and cat boarding facilities available while you are away on holiday.'
We saw this message from Magdalena at Wellness in Motion and thought we'd share it with you here...
Some of us can struggle with not seeing friends and loneliness, others may struggle to put food on the table. We are not in the same boat. But we can help others float better during this storm.
With FEED Cheltenham you will be helping those in need of food in your local community.You can help by by sending money or by sharing their posts and promoting what they are doing. Every help counts.
As I live in #Cheltenham this is the area where I am focusing my efforts of supporting community and those in need.
FeedCheltenham is a group of schools, churches and organisations that have come together to provide households in financial need with grocery shopping vouchers. Over 500 households have received vouchers. If you can, support them with a little donation.
Here is a crowdfunding link for you - https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/feedcheltenham
Thank you for your kindness and support of this great cause!
Gloucestershire Community Foundation
We connect people with communities. We help businesses and individuals to become local philanthropists across Gloucestershire.
Our community partnerships foster long-term relationships to achieve meaningful impact and transform lives. We match donors with causes they care about, managing and distributing funds that get money to where it really matters.
We connect people with communities, deploying our knowledge of the local charitable landscape, and the social sector, to allocate grants where they will achieve maximum impact. We work with charities, social enterprises and community interest companies across Gloucestershire to improve people’s lives. Our advice can help donors to make informed decisions when it comes to which causes to support within your local area.
If you want to be more flexible with your giving or are unsure how to set up a fund to benefit your local community, we can help.
Our foundation is made up of both short-term (annual) and long-term (endowment) funds. Over the past 3 years, we have distributed over £800,000 to over 300 organisations in Gloucestershire. We have a robust process and undertake stringent due diligence checks on all grant applicants to ensure your money is accounted for.
As we approach our 30-year foundation anniversary, we remain true to our core mission of identifying local needs and supporting positive action. We believe in the power of working together in partnership to enable everyone to fulfil their potential. We’re focused on making a difference.
Hop Skip & Jump
Hop Skip and Jump provides immediate and flexible respite care for children and young adults with disabilities and SEN.
We are able to cater for up to 60 children a day, providing a variety of groups and activities for them to engage with, indoor and outdoor play facilities, all with an emphasis on self-development and discovery.
Our Centres are equipped with sensory rooms, soft play facilities and art rooms in order to provide a safeand secure space that enriches the lives of disabled children whilst their parents receive a much needed break.
We believe not only in helping parents through the difficulties of supporting a disabled child, but also in ensuring that there is a sense of development for their children.
Cotswold Centre Now Open Sundays
Call 01242 870438 for flexible respite in our relaunched Centre.
Flexible, Immediate Access, No Diagnosis Needed.
We offer emergency respite, no need for diagnosis, no waiting lists and we are highly flexible! We have experienced, skilled and qualified staff ready to meet your dependant’s disabilities, learning difficulties and/or complex needs.
The Leukaemia & Intensive Chemotherapy Fund
We sincerely hope that you are keeping well. This is an extremely devastating time for all of us and our everyday lives have been turned upside down. Imagine, just for a moment, how incredibly vulnerable our leukaemia patients are in the current crisis.
Cancer care will not stop during this crisis. LINC is being asked to provide food deliveries to patients being discharged from the ward and fund travel expenses for children to be able to visit their mum following her stem cell transplant in Bristol. We continue to fund the clinical psychologists helping both patients and our staff at this stressful time as well as provide financial grants.
All of our future fundraising events have been postponed and the LINC Shop has closed. The charity is now totally reliant on your donations and generosity. Every single donation, whatever the amount, will enable LINC to continue our work. Why not donate the cost of your usual weekly takeaway, bottle of wine or daily commute to LINC and help us to continue our work. We would be so grateful.
You can donate:
1. Online at http://www.lincfund.org
2. On JustGiving at https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/claire-charlton9
3. Make a BACS payment: Account Name: LINC
Sort Code: 30-95-72 Account Number: 00610628
Thank you so much for your continued support. We really appreciate anything you can to do help.
We’re a charity and social enterprise, made up of passionate people, who care about people. We run a variety of services all across the UK, that aim to give everyone the chance to be part of the community they live in and feel connected to society. We think that everyone is unique, and with support and confidence can unlock their inner potential, opening up a world of possibilities. Oh, and did we mention that we love people?
Our mission is to improve lives and communities by delivering services for socially excluded and vulnerable people to unlock their potential and open up new possibilities.
Our vision is that every person has the opportunity to be a full and valued member of a society where social exclusion and isolation no longer exist. It’s that simple!
We innovate in our work. We're different, creative and like to think of new solutions.
We are helpful in everything that we do. We're always friendly and approachable.
We are passionate about people. We believe that what we do can make a real and lasting difference.
We are determined to tackle problems that others won't. We always go the extra mile and work with dedication and commitment.
We work together internally and externally to ensure the best outcomes for the people we support.
Sue Ryder Leckhampton Hospice
Sue Ryder provides specialist hospice care for people in Gloucestershire. Enquire about our latest volunteering opportunities today and play your part. Specialist Care & Support. Providing Expert Care. Services: Inpatient Care, Day Services, Family And Bereavement Support.
The Humane Society
Active on nearly every continent, HSI is one of the few international animal protection organisations working to protect all animals—including animals in laboratories, farm animals, companion animals and wildlife.
We are deeply committed to extending our reach and to expanding our services and support to local organisations around the world.
Our work includes Disaster Response such as the Australian bushfires.
The Nelson Trust
Change is possible.
Our mission is to ensure that people with alcohol and substance misuse problems are given the best possible opportunity for a healthy and fulfilling life by providing them with professional treatment, support and resettlement programmes.
How We Help
We help make change possible by helping people address the underlying issues that drive them to substance misuse and offending.
The Trust began life as a supportive shared residence for people recovering from alcohol addiction. Over a period of a few short years, it developed into a residential treatment centre providing a comprehensive programme of care and support for people looking for recovery from drug and alcohol addiction.
Winston's Wish supports children and young people after the death of a parent or sibling. This is one of the most devastating losses a child will ever face. Through an array of dedicated bereavement services, Winston's Wish can help children and young people cope with their grief. The Freephone National Helpline is free to call and offers therapeutic advice following a bereavement.