Support for Charities

Support for Charities

There are many organisations that provide advice, information, and opportunities to people living with catastrophic injury. That’s why we support local, regional, and national charities who have an affinity with our core values and our work.

We donate, sponsor, and regularly take part in fundraising events and participate in campaigns designed to raise awareness.

Whether it’s wearing wellies to work to support horticultural therapy centres or dressing up in day-glow clothing to highlight the importance of road safety for children, we’re happy to join in.

You can see which charities we have chosen below or visit our News page, Twitter and LinkedIn feeds.

We select charities in several ways including staff nominations or via social media channels where an appropriate campaign or activity will catch our imagination.

Each Christmas, we invite our top referrers to name a charity of their choice and alongside donating, we are happy to highlight their work via our News channel and on social media platforms.

For those who give their time by offering to give a talk, deliver some training to our Case Management team or who brave the camera by agreeing to an interview with us, we offer to donate to a charity close to their hearts by way of thanks.

You can view some of our interviews here.

If you would like to highlight the work you do with a particular charity close to your heart, we would love to hear from you.
Just email or call us on 01722 742 442.

Charities we have supported in the past year:

Headway Salisbury & South Wiltshire
Mary Seacole Trust
Meningitis Now
London's Air Ambulance Charity
Ashtons Charitable Trust
Back up Trust - transforming lives after spinal cord injury
Headway Somerset
Mind - for better mental health
Whitechapel Mission
Caring In Bristol
Millie Mittoo Children's Projects
Southport Soup Kitchen
Manchester Refugee Support Network
Headway Plymouth
Dandelion Time
Headway SELNWK