House - Charities
Red House: Red Nose Day
Since its launch in 1988, Red Nose Day has become something of a British institution. It’s the day, every two years, when people across the land can get together and do something funny for money at home, school and work. There’s a fantastic night of TV on the BBC, with comedy and entertainment to inspire the nation to give generously. Comic Relief spends the money raised by Red Nose Day to help people living tough lives across the UK and Africa. The very first Red Nose Day was in 1988 and raised a whacking £15 million!
Blue House - St Luke’s Cheshire
Since 1988, St Luke’s has been providing palliative care to local people, supporting them in ways which go beyond the scope and funding of the NHS. Last year we supported over 1,000 local people with a huge range of support from end of life care on our ward to supporting carers, and from helping children cope with grief to helping patients return to work after an illness. Care is funded by donations.
Orange House - Under The Mango Tree
Under The Mango Tree is a registered charity that exists to help bring about a world in which the children of Chinyume and surrounding villages can access and benefit from their universal right to an education. The long-term mission of Under The Mango Tree is to support Kambe Timboni Community Nursery and Primary school to become self-sufficient.
Green House - Macmillan 28th September 2018 (Coffee morning)
At Macmillan, we know how a cancer diagnosis can affect everything. So we’re here to support you and help you take back some control in your life. From help with money worries and advice about work, to someone who’ll listen if you just want to talk.Life with cancer is still life, and we'll help you live it. Right from the moment you’re diagnosed, through your treatment and beyond, they provide a constant source of support, giving you the energy and inspiration to help you take back control of your life, and feel more like yourself again.
Yellow House - Children in Need
We provide grants to projects in the UK which focus on children and young people who are disadvantaged. We are local to people in all corners of the UK and support small and large organisations which empower children and extend their life choices.
We are currently supporting 2,400 projects all across the UK. The projects we fund help children facing a range of disadvantages for example poverty and deprivation; children who have been the victims of abuse