We raise funds for our chosen charities via our recycling services.
£2 is also donated to Children's Hospice South West from every PrintEco remanufactured toner cartridge we sell.
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Children’s Hospice South West provides the only hospice care for life-limited children and their families in the South West of England. In the South West alone there are more than 1,000 children with life-limiting illnesses, sadly meaning they won’t live to reach adulthood.
Caring for a life-limited child can be exhausting and lonely experience and can put immeasurable strain on the family. Our three hospices, Little Bridge House in North Devon, Charlton Farm in North Somerset and Little Harbour in Cornwall provide respite care and support for those children and their families who have to cope with the most difficult of situations.
We provide a loving and caring place for every member of every family who stays with us; a sanctuary for mums and dads, brothers and sisters. A place where everyone can begin to forget their worries for a while, be a family again and find expert help and support in facing an uncertain future. Sadly the need for children’s hospice care will never disappear but with your help, we can be there for as long as the families need us.
To find out more how you can help us make the most of short and precious lives visit www.chsw.org.uk
A local Bristol charity, which exists to improve the quality of life of patients diagnosed with incurable illnesses, usually cancer, by providing free specialised palliative care and support for them and their relatives. We help people to feel better for longer, enabling them to live with the disease they have and then to die with dignity where and how they choose.
We offer a community based service from our North and South Bristol sites from which all of our patients, their families and carers have easy access to any of the full range of palliative care services they may need.
• 22 In-patient beds available for symptom control, respite care or last few days of life
• A weekly place at Day Hospice for over 100 patients for specialist care and symptom control in a caring sociable, supportive environment
• 13 Community Nurse specialists offering treatment and advice to patients in their own homes and liaising with GP practices
• Hospice at Home – intensive nursing at home for the last few days of life
• Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Chiropody
• Complementary Therapies: Reflexology, Massage & Aromatherapy, Acupuncture
• Music Therapy
• Personal services- day to day activities which have become difficult to manage including hairdressing, shaving, bathing and manicure
• Lymphoedema Clinic
• Multi faith Chaplaincy
• Social Work services, including bereavement services for adults and children
This much needed service costs £5 million every year to run and your support really can make a difference to local patients and their families.
Find out more at the St Peter's Hospice website: www.stpetershospice.org.uk
Registered Charity Number 269177
The World Development Movement (WDM) campaigns for a world without poverty and injustice. Our world has the wealth and means for all to live comfortably and to end poverty. Yet despite this nearly half the world’s population live on less than £1.40 a day and over 11 million children will die from poverty-related illness this year.
We believe that charity is not enough. The policies of governments and companies are keeping people poor by exploiting them to make bigger and bigger profits. Unless we challenge them, we are allowing this injustice to continue.
We challenge the powerful by lobbying decision-makers to put an end to practises that harm the world’s poor. We work in solidarity with activists around the world to tackle the root causes of poverty, researching and promoting positive alternatives which put the rights of poor communities before the interests of big businesses.
We have already achieved great successes on debt cancellation, genetic modification, the arms trade, workers’ rights, and access to water.
To join us and take action, go to www.wdm.org.uk
The World Development Movement
Registered Charity no. 1064066, Registered Company no. 2098198
New Futures Nepal empowers disadvantaged children and adults of Nepal by raising funds for initiatives that promote health, education and independence and supports social integration for children with disabilities to live in the community and within safe and loving homes.
We adopt a ‘hands on, personal approach’, keep our administration costs low and work with local charities and organisations worldwide to facilitate the charity's goals and aims.
If you wish to know more about New Futures Nepal and the charities work please visit www.newfuturesnepal.org
New Futures Nepal
Registered Charity Number 1142984
Friends of Paradise Wildlife Park (FoPWP) is a registered charity (charity number: 1108609) based at Paradise Wildlife Park in Broxbourne, Hertfordshire. FoPWP is run by people with a real passion for animals who are dedicated to raising awareness for the conservation of animals both in the UK and Internationally.
To date, thanks to the effort put into fundraising by all our volunteers, those who attend our events, Paradise Wildlife Park and its visitors; FoPWP has been able to raise thousands of pounds for animal conservation charities worldwide including: Gyps Vulture Project, Wildlife Vets International, Hill Top Animal Sanctuary, 21st Century Tiger, World Land Trust through BIAZA, Save the Rhino and the EAZA Campaigns, including this year’s for European Carnivores to name but a few.
Numerous fundraising events are run throughout the year by FoPWP raising funds which are then available in the form of grants to any animal based project worldwide. A list of previous grants can be found on the PWP website on the dedicated FoPWP page.
Please help us to continue our important conservation work of raising funds and awareness for conservation efforts around the world by volunteering at one of our events, joining as a member, making a donation or coming along to one of our events.
Go to www.pwpark.com to find out more about FoPWP and Paradise Wildlife Park.
Friends of Paradise Wildlife Park
Registered Charity Number: 1108609
The Ulster Wildlife Trust is your local nature conservation charity working across Northern Ireland for a natural environment rich in wildlife, valued by everyone. We are the only local charity dedicated to protecting all of our local habitats and species, both on our land and in our seas.
With your support, we can continue to:
• Engage with thousands of children and young people to inspire them about their natural environment.
• Maintain and grow our network of nature reserves as havens for local wildlife and people.
• Protect threatened species like the red squirrel, barn owl and Irish hare.
• Work at the heart of the community helping others to boost the wildlife value of their local parks and green spaces.
• Lobby government and elected representatives to ensure that legislation and policies are in place to conserve and enhance Northern Ireland’s biodiversity.
To find out more about our work and how you can help make a difference to local wildlife and wild places, visit www.ulsterwildlifetrust.org
The Ulster Wildlife Trust is a charity recognised by HM Revenue & Customs No. XN45269 and a company limited by Guarantee No. 12711
The Good Rock Foundation was founded by Jeff and Jacqui Shurr in 1997 after they visited China’s orphanages on the adoption of their daughter. At that time orphanage doors were mostly closed to outsiders. Jeff and Jacqui’s daughter, Abigail, came from a poor and remote region where help was desperately needed. Our name ‘Good Rock’ comes from Abigail’s Chinese name, which means ‘the rock’, and her birthdate; Good Friday!
Good Rock started small, helping improve the lives of a few children with special needs, and has grown over the last decade to reach out to hundreds of children across the region of Xinjiang. Good Rock works with China’s government to help improve child welfare policy and we do that in a variety of ways:
• Foster care
• Education for minority children and teens
• Therapy and life skills training for the disabled
• Medical relief
• Training for orphanage caregivers
• Feeding programmes
Good Rock is a registered charity in the UK and Hong Kong and a member of China Association of Social Work.
We at Good Rock believe that shared resources help build a better future faster for China’s orphans and, to this end, we have co-operated with other organisations such as WHO, Save The Children, International China Concern, Care for Children, Children’s Hope International, Half The Sky, Shanghai Children’s Medical Center, Fu Wai Hospital Beijing, Prince of Wales Hospital Hong Kong and Hong Kong Society for Rehabilitation.
Our work is funded through individual donations, corporate donations, money raised through events and from stock sold via our charity shop, ‘A Gift from China’ (www.agiftfromchina.com).
Over the years we have brought volunteer experts to help the children. We have had visiting doctors, dentists, occupational therapists, psychologists and others.
We currently have long term projects in 5 Xinjiang orphanages serving hundreds of children. There are over 35 orphanages in this province and it is our vision to reach as many children as possible in these places.
You can help by donating (see our web site for further details) or volunteering your expertise.
Registered Charity No. 1089611
Respect for Animals campaigns against the cruel and unnecessary international fur trade, believing fur farming and trapping to be morally indefensible.
Every year 75 million animals are killed solely for their fur, a product that no one needs. Animals are farmed in factory conditions or trapped and brutally killed in the wild.
Respect for Animals undertakes education, research and lobbying for the benefit of animals, campaigning against the fur trade for many years. Our research and educational programmes have lead to a drastic decline in fur sales in the UK but fur wearing remains as popular as ever elsewhere in the world
Please help Respect for Animals help animals by recycling your old mobile phones and empty ink cartridges to raise funds to further our work. Thanks for your support!
The Ulster Architectural Heritage Society has been working across Northern Ireland since 1967 promoting the appreciation and enjoyment of good architecture of all periods and encouraging the conservation, restoration and re-use of Ulster's built heritage. As an environmental charity we are very much concerned with sustainability and recycling.
With your support we can continue to:
• Provide information, advice & training for individuals & groups undertaking restoration projects.
• Campaign to protect buildings at risk and bring them back into use.
• Influence planning policy in favour of architectural heritage & good design.
• Increase the enjoyment of our built heritage through an annual programme of events.
• Increase the appreciation, awareness & recording of our built heritage through publications.
To find out more about our work and how you can help make a difference to the protection of the architectural heritage of Ulster visit www.uahs.org
The Ulster Architectural Heritage Society is a charity recognised by HM Revenue & Customs No. XN 48188 and a Company Limited by Guarantee No. NI35582
Bristol Zoo Gardens is so much more than a visitor attraction; we’re also a leading conservation and education charity.
We are involved in a growing number of field conservation projects, working directly to safeguard threatened plants, animals and habitats. Projects range from breeding programmes in the Zoo to conserving species in the wild such as the native White Clawed crayfish, to the lemurs of Madagascar and orphaned gorillas in Cameroon. Gorillas are a critically endangered species and the gorilla sanctuary we support in Cameroon provides a safe haven for young gorillas that have been orphaned by the bushmeat trade. It costs over £100 to provide one month’s supply of leaves to a gorilla at our primate rescue centre in Cameroon.
One of our successful conservation breeding programmes has been the recent birth of twin asiatic lion cubs to first time mum Shiva and dad Kamal. Asiatic lions are a critically endangered species and to protect them from extinction Bristol Zoo is participating in an internationally co-ordinated breeding programme. It costs over £700 per month to enable us to participate in these breeding programmes.
For further details of how you can support of work please visit our website www.bristolzoo.org.uk
Registered Charity Number: 1104986
Above & Beyond is the local charity that raises funds for Bristol’s nine central hospitals. Each year, we invest some £3 million in projects that make a real difference to patients in our city. We fundraise to improve the hospital environment, fund innovative research, support and train hospital staff and provide state of the art equipment.
Working with inspirational local people, we aim to make a difference to every patient and every condition. When patients, their families and friends want to say thank you for the care they’ve received at the hospitals, they come to us.
Find out more at www.aboveandbeyond.org.uk
Registered charity: 229945
The Ventura Wildlife Conservation Fund is a small organisation that is dedicated to real life conservation that acts swiftly and efficiently to ensure that species both great and small, along with their important habitats are protected for future generations to come. Through fund raising campaigns and real life conservation projects the Ventura Wildlife Conservation Fund is able to contribute towards preserving some of our planets most fragile species and their natural habitats.
To date the Ventura Wildlife Conservation Fund has been able to support a variety of in-situ (in the natural wild habitat) and ex-situ (out side of the natural habitat) conservation projects around the world, including those supporting the parrot species of South America & Indonesia, European carnivores, African vultures as well as various big cat and ape species.
To discover more about some of our most recent projects and how you can become involved please visit www.venturaevents.org.uk/ventura-conservation
WDC, Whale and Dolphin Conservation is the leading global charity dedicated to the conservation and protection of whales and dolphins. We defend those remarkable creatures against the many threats they face through campaigns, lobbying, advising governments, conservation projects, field research and rescue.
WDC is working towards a world where every whale and dolphin is safe and free. A world without captivity, without hunting; a world where whales and dolphins are free of the dangers of pollution or the threat of being captured or killed in nets.
Last year our supporters helped us to achieve so much:
• we persuaded President Obama to take action against Icelandic whaling
• we helped save the lives of 44 pilot whales in Scotland
• we were instrumental in the Whaling Commission cleaning up its act
• we sued the Nuremburg Zoo and won
• we pushed the Whaling Commission to act on marine litter
• we reduced the amount of fish sold in the UK with links to Icelandic whaling
• our research led to Moon Reef, Fiji being declared a marine protected area
• we achieved better protection for South America’s vulnerable river dolphins
But with ever increasing demands on whale and dolphin populations around the world we need your support more than ever to ensure a safe future for these remarkable animals.For further details on how you can support our work please visit whales.org
Registered Charity: 1014705
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