Support your Yorkshire Charities  There can be few people in Yorkshire whose lives are not touched by at least one of these worthy causes.  Help us continue caring for people and the environment

BTCV runs an extensive programme of environmental activities is open to everyone. BTCV is proud of its record in engaging many people from disadvantaged groups. Please help our Yorkshire Centres bring fun, learning and health benefits to more people.

Epilepsy Action provides vital support, advice and information for the 456,000 people in the UK who have epilepsy from its offices in Leeds, including 38,000 living in Yorkshire. Our services include the Epilepsy Helpline freephone 0808 800 5050, local branches and accredited volunteers providing essential one to one support.

The NSPCC specialises in child protection and the prevention of cruelty to children. It runs ChildLine, the UK’s free, confidential 24-hour helpline. In Yorkshire there are therapeutic services for abused children and parenting and family support teams. Please help us continue and develop this vital work.

St.Anne’s Community Services provides quality support, care and housing services for people who have experienced mental health problems, homelessness, problems with substance misuse or who have a learning disability throughout Yorkshire and the NE England We promote independence, opportunity and inclusion. Please help us to brighten up someone’s life.

St. Gemma’s Hospice, Leeds is the 4th largest Hospice in the UK and every year cares for over 2,500 patients and their families via an In-patient Unit, Day Hospice and team of Community Nurses.  It costs over £8 million to fund the Hospice and all the care and services are provided free of charge.  St. Gemma’s Hospice – Love Knows No Measure

Sue Ryder run Wheatfields Hospice in Leeds, an in-patient unit with 18 beds, a day hospice and a team of community clinical nurse specialists who take the loving hospice care into the patients home. To offer these services free of charge £2.25 million pound must be raised each year.


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