Every week we’re throwing the spotlight on a bunch of brilliant charities who have joined Brevio.
We want to highlight what they’re doing and the important impact they’re making during a challenging time for the third sector.
Meet this week’s charities
Each year more than 5000 horses leave the racing industry, but many of them face an uncertain future. Racehorse Sanctuary work tirelessly to assess, care for and re-home these horses, giving them a second chance at life.
Me2 Club enables children and young people with additional needs and disabilities, aged 5-19 to participate in mainstream activities. Their work is focused in the Wokingham and Reading Boroughs and involves recruiting and training volunteers to provide one on one support for young people in activities of their choice.
Aspire Oxford is a charity and social enterprise that empowers vulnerable and marginalised people across Oxfordshire affected by homelessness, poverty and disadvantage, through person-centred support programmes.
Aspire joined the Brevio community to improve the accessibility of support programmes so they can dedicate more time to tackling Oxfordshire’s complex social issues.
Based in Bristol, Wider World support children to develop character strengths and life skills through delivering stimulating skills development enrichment experiences, life and learning skills classroom-based programmes and parent support.
Damn Cheek are a group of theatre professionals and artists who dedicate themselves to writing challenging and thought-provoking stories. Their work involves performances, workshops and training sessions, often reaching out to audiences who typically have limited access to theatre.
Established in 1993, Rainforest Concern works to protect threatened natural habitats and their biodiversity, as well as the indigenous people who depend on them for survival. In 25 years they have helped protect 2.2 million hectares of threatened forests.
The Roald Dahl Marvellous Children’s Charity has a long legacy of helping and empowering seriously ill children to lead a marvellous life. They establish specialist Roald Dahl Nurses in hospitals and communities across the UK.
When you’re diagnosed with blood cancer, it can be difficult to find the right info, advice and support. Leukaemia Care UK provide support for blood cancer patients, their carers and their families. Their work ensures that anyone affected by blood cancer can access the right information, advice and support.
Indepen-dance is an inclusive dance company for disabled and non-disabled people. Their mission is to enable participation in the arts, improve wellbeing and quality of life, and provide opportunities for disabled and non-disabled dancers.
3D Crowd UK is a growing community of more than 800 volunteers who have come together to provide personal protective equipment (such as face shields) to the UK’s frontline workers. And they do this through 3D printing.
Based in the City of York and North Yorkshire, Wilberforce Trust have been supporting people with visual and hearing impairments since 1833. They deliver person-centred sensory activities to their community/