Leading housebuilder Barratt and David Wilson North Thames has recently donated £1,000 to a Buckingham riding group that helps children and young people with disabilities achieve their dreams of horse riding.
The Chilterns MS Centre, which empowers people affected by multiple sclerosis to lead happier, healthier and more fulfilling lives, celebrates its 35th birthday this weekend.
Lindengate is restarting some of its programmes
Mike Rebeiro, international lawyer, children’s advocate, business leader and adopter, has been appointed as Chair of the Board for Adoption UK, the UK’s leading adopter’s charity, providing support, community and advocacy.
World’s Strongest Disabled Man, Pete Linnett, completes double challenge for charity ‘close to his heart,’ Spinal Research.
World’s Strongest Disabled Man Completes Double Challenge for Charity.
Local not-for-profit organisation The Hospice Lottery Partnership raised £33,000 from its Summer Superdraw which was launched to raise much needed funds for local hospices who have all experienced an unexpected loss of income in the last few months due to the impact of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Berkhamsted man with multiple sclerosis completed his challenge to walk for one hour to raise money for his local therapy centre – The Chilterns MS Centre.
10 September 2020 is World Suicide Prevention Day - Local Mental Health Charity Hector’s House shares tips on how to open up, how to listen and helplines that could save a life.
As part of their sponsorship deal with Tring Tornadoes Junior Sports Club, The Home Office is proud to be the collection hub for their latest KitAid campaign.
The Next Step opening 5th October!