Previously Supported.

Our Charity Scheme has been supporting charities monthly since 2012, we wish we could display them all, but we simply don't have the space, so below we have put our last few months worth for you to browse over.

 

For April 2019, we are happy to have supported the following 3 amazing causes, in no particular order:


1, Father Hudsons Care (click here for link to website) - Helen from Father Hudsons Care put the charity forward who took us up on 300 printed balloons to use at events over the Spring and Summer after successfully using balloons bought from us in the past. Father Hudsons Care are a social care charity that supports vulnerable and disadvantaged people across the West Midlands. They offer a wide range of services to people from many different walks of life who need support. To make a donation, please click here.

 

2, Sally Hale, Bowel Cancer UK (click here for link to website) - Sally Hale is running the London Half Marathon this year, and doing it to raise money for Bowel Cancer UK. Someone every 15 minutes is diagnosed with Bowel Cancer, young and old, male and female. The money raised from doing the half marathon will help go towards treatment and finding a cure. Sally opted to have a cash donation from us towards here run. To make a donation, please click here.


3, Unfortunately this prize went unclaimed.


For March 2019, we are happy to have supported the following 3 amazing causes, in no particular order:


1, Fletchers Fund (click here for link to website) - Leanne from Fletchers fund put the charity forward who took us up on 200 printed balloons with 200 balloon cups and sticks to use as prizes for decorating the rooms at events this spring.  Fletchers Fund enables families to make memories together through play and having fun. This also enables children and their families to experience precious moments of 'normality', which are often taken for granted by most of us. To make a donation, please click here.

 

2, C3 Foundation Europe (click here for link to website) - Joanna from C3 Foundation Europe put the charity forward who took us up on 200 printed balloons with 200 balloon cups and sticks and a pump to use at events in the coming months. The charity provide information, resources and councelling support for this with alcohol dependency issues using the NHS-approved medications naltrexone or nalmefene. They also provide support for the friends and loved ones of those using our services. To make a donation, please click here.


3, Together for Animals (click here for link to website) - Caroline from Together for Animals put the charity forward who took us up on 10 promotional mugs to use as gifts for donors to encourage donations. The charity believe that no animal should suffer from injury, disease, abuse or neglect. We are able to help change the lives of cats, dogs, donkeys, and horses by:

*Fighting to ensure animals are treated with the respect and kindness they deserve
*Finding happy homes for abandoned or unwanted pets and horses
*Campaigning for animal welfare
*Providing free veterinary care for working animals in the world’s poorest communities
*Researching and treating disease and injury in animals.

To make a donation, please click here.


For February 2019, we are happy to have supported the following 3 amazing causes, in no particular order:

 

1, Alzheimers Dementia Support, or ADS (click here for link to website) - Nicola from Alzheimers Dementia Support put the charity forward who took us up on some printed mugs to use as prizes for an upcoming event, The Santa Run.  ADS offers constructive practical guidance and a wide range of services to help people in the local community whose lives are directly or indirectly affected by dementia. To make a donation, please click here.

 

2, Middlewich Community Church (click here for link to website) - Caroline from Middlewich Community Church put the charity forward who took us up on 300 Printed Balloons for their playgroup, Microtots. 


3, Unfortunately this prize went unclaimed.


For January 2019, we are happy to have supported the following 3 amazing causes, in no particular order:

 

1, Me2 Club (click here for link to website) - Liz from Me2 Club put the charity forward who took us up on some printed balloons and balloon sticks to use for upcoming community events. Me2 Club enables children and young people with additional needs and disabilities, aged 5-19, in the Wokingham Borough, to attend mainstream activity clubs. To make a donation, please click here.

 

2, Bibic (click here for link to website) - Molly from Bibic put the charity forward who took us up on some printed balloons, to use for upcoming 'big bibic bake off'. Bibic is a national charity and exists to maximise the potential of children and young people with conditions affecting their social, communication, sensory, motor and learning abilities. To make a donation, please click here.

 

3, Headway Medway - (click here for link to website) - Julie from Headway in Medway put the charity forward who took us up on some printed mugs, to use when trying to recruit volunteers. Headway in Medway provides drop in sessions around the Gillingham area for people who have had a brain injury. To make a donation, please click here.

 

For December 2018, we are happy to have supported the following 3 amazing causes, in no particular order:

 

1, The Log Cabin (click here for link to website) - Raakhee from The Log Cabin in Ealing put the charity forward who took us up on some printed balloons and balloon sticks. The Log Cabin Charity provides a setting where children and young people from Ealing with additional needs or disabilities can socialise, grow and have fun alongside their mainstream peers. The charity hope to use these as a giveaway at various events over 2019. To find out more and to make a donation, please click here.

 

2, Chloe and Sophies Special Ears Fund (CSSEF - click here for website) - Karen from CSSEF put the charity forward who took us up on some printed balloons. CSSEF support deaf children by raising deaf awareness in the local community, providing equipment and resources to improve the sound acoustics in their school; and to support their emotional well being through wishes. The charity hope to use these as a giveaway at various events over 2019. To find out more and to make a donation, please click here.

 

3, Unfortunately this prize went unclaimed.

 

For November 2018, we are happy to have supported the following 3 amazing causes, in no particular order:

 

1, Rentstart (click here for link to website) - Meena from Rentstart in Spellthorne put the charity forward who took us up on some printed mugs. The homeless charity is hoping to use the mugs to create brand awareness at some of the upcoming events they have for 2019. To find out more and to make a donation, please click here.

 

2, Unfortunately this prize went unclaimed.

 

3, Unfortunately this prize went unclaimed.

 

 

For October 2018, we are happy to have supported the following 3 amazing causes, in no particular order:

 

1, YHA (click here for link to website) - Lauren from YHA put the charity forward who a £40 donation plus gift aid to make it £50. YHA offers fully funded breaks to children who do not have the means to take a break from their challenging lives. Our breaks provide respite and improve young people’s health, education and well-being. To find out more and to make a donation, please click here.

 

2, Team Troon (click here for link to Facebook page) - Anne from Team Troon put the charity forward, they had previously had purchased balloons earlier in the year from us, for a fun day, so they chose to have a £40 donation from us towards building a Skate Park in Cambourne. Take a look at the Facebook page for ways to buy merchandise such as Calendars to help raise funds by clicking here. 

 

3, Unfortunately this prize went unclaimed.

 

For September 2018, we are happy to have supported the following 3 amazing causes, in no particular order:

 

1, Their Future Today (click here for link to website) - Joel from Their Future Today put the charity forward who recieved 10 promotional printed mugs towards fundraising events in the near future. Their Future Today aims to give back to every forgotten child their rights, their right to a home, their right to education, their right to a family, their right to a life. To find out more and to make a donation, please click here.

 

2, Thanet Early Years Project (click here for link to website) - Maria nominated this charity, who aim is to provide services in areas of socio-economic deprivation, working with children and families in order to afford all children the opportunity to reach their full potential and improve outcomes. To find out more and to make a donation, please click here.

 

3, Unfortunately this prize went unclaimed.

 

 

 

For August 2018, we are happy to have supported the following 3 amazing causes, in no particular order:

 

1, St Georges Childcare - Abi from St Georges put the charity forward who recieved a £40 donation plus £10 gift aid towards running the charity. St Georges offer a safe environment for children to recieve care. To find out more and to make a donation, please click here.

 

2, Helen Rollason Cancer Charity - Rosie nominated this charity, which is dedicated to supporting people whose lives are touched by cancer. Our support centres in Essex, London and Hertfordshire are vital in helping people living with cancer. To find out more and to make a donation, please click here.

 

3, Unfortunately this prize went unclaimed.

 

 

 

For July 2018, we are happy to have supported the following 3 amazing causes, in no particular order:

 

1, Penllergare Valley Woods - who have chosen to have some promotional balloons with balloon sticks for fundraising at the County Fair in September. The charity tell us they are a small, local charity which is restoring Penllergare Valley Woods to preserve its unique history, provide a safe home for wildlife, and keep it welcoming and accessible to visitors. 

 

2, Copperhouse Adventure Training - who have chosen to have some promotional mugs forhelp raising awareness of the charity. The charity provides outdoor adventurous activities for all age-groups but especially young people who would otherwise be unable to access these activities. 

 

3, Unfortunately this prize went unclaimed.

 

 

 

For June 2018, we are happy to have supported the following 3 amazing causes, in no particular order:

 

1, Light, Sheffield - who have chosen to have some promotional balloons with balloon sticks for future events which help raise awareness. The charity help new Mums and their families with their emotional wellbeing, during, before and after pregnancy. 

 

2, Downright Special - who chose to have promotional mugs for their choice. The charity helps families in the Hull area who have children with Down Syndrome.

 

3, Unfortunately this prize went unclaimed.

 

 

 

For May 2018, we are happy to have supported the following 3 amazing causes, in no particular order:

 

1, British Army Reserves - who have chosen to have some promotional balloons with balloon sticks for future events which help raise awareness. 

 

2, Cirencester Food Bank - who have chosen to receive 300 promotional balloons from us to help fundraise for an ongoing event called 'My Foodbank Supper'. 

 

3, St Francis Children's Society - who had from us 10 printed mugs. The charity help children who have been in the care system the longest find familes. 

 

 

 

For April 2018, we are happy to have supported the following 3 amazing causes, in no particular order:

 

1, Smile 5 - who have chosen to have 300 Promotional Balloons for future events. Smile 5 are girl guides and leaders, who help fundraise for villages in Mombasa.

 

2, MS Therapy Centre -  who have chosen to have 300 Promotional Balloons for help promoting World MS Day on the 30th May. The MS Therapy Centre supports those with Multiple Sclerosis through health and wellbeing. 

 

3, Something To Look Forward To - who have chosen 200 Promotional Balloons and 200 Balloon Sticks for use at events over the coming months. The charity raise funds to give cancer sufferers and their family memorable days out that they would not normally be able to afford. 

 

 

 

For March 2018, we are happy to have supported the following 3 amazing causes, in no particular order:

 

1, Reading Mencap - who have chosen to have 300 Promotional Balloons from us for an event they are attending next month, it is hoped to help create awareness. Mencap are a national based charity who work with people with learning difficulties, their carers and their families.

 

2, Association of Disabled Proffesionals -  who have chosen to have 8 Promotional Mugs from us. ADP provide free advice on self employment, employment, and work issues, to all disabled people, people with long term health conditions ,their supporters, and advisors.

 

3, Unfortunately this prize went unclaimed.