SOHK

SOHK delivers life-changing programmes across the UK. We change the lives of children and adults using rugby, boxing and strongman courses, supported by a curriculum of powerful life lessons. We work with unemployed adults to find and sustain employment; and with school children at risk of exclusion to help them reengage with education. Please help us to reach more people in need of our services by donating today. We spend at least 87% of every donation directly on frontline work.


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Supershoes

Supershoes empowers children & young people fighting cancer in the UK, enhancing physical & emotional well-being whilst raising awareness. Each pair of shoes is designed specifically for a particular child or young person with a diagnosis of cancer, and hand-painted by a Super Artist to capture that child and all their favourite things: games, sports team, music, animals, colours, tv programmes. They love it; we paint it! The end product is a pair of Supershoes as unique as the child or young person that wears them. They are a constant reminder to that child of who they are, beyond their illness, challenges and treatment. It costs Supershoes £70 to create 1 pair of shoes.


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Prince George

£176


Donations Total: £176


Guide Dogs UK

Our ambition is a future where every person with sight loss has the confidence and support they need to live their lives to the full. Our Future Direction and Strategy Overview explains how we aim to reach and support many more individuals over the next five years, from 200,000 people today, to 500,000 by 2023


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Prince George

£308


Donations Total: £308


Iain Rennie Hospice

Rennie Grove Hospice Care is a charity providing specialist care and support for adults and children with a life-limiting illness in Bucks and west Herts. Through our unique Hospice at Home service, available day and night, and a range of day services we support our patients to live the best quality life they can with a choice about how and where they are cared for towards the end of life. We are also here for the families of our patients, ensuring that everyone can receive the right support, when they need it, to help them make every moment together matter.


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White Horse

£150


Donations Total: £150


Signpost

Signpost emerged in 1970 when Dr Edwards, a local GP and juvenile magistrate, decided to help the large number of young people displaying mental health symptoms caused by boredom and dissatisfaction with home, school, work and life in general.  He worked with the Senior Youth & Community Officer to establish a bureau which would offer both information and counselling to young people. Today the charity has offices around Hertfordshire and further with satellites in Rickmansworth/Maple Cross and South Oxhey


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White Horse

£150


Donations Total: £150


Willen Hospice

Willen Hospice provides compassionate and person-centred end of life care to patients in Milton Keynes and the surrounding communities. We care for people in our peaceful lakeside in-patient unit, through out-patient services, and in people’s own homes. Our wide range of services support the individual needs of patients and their loved ones – including emotional support, pain management and symptom control – so they can make the most of their time together. All of our specialist care is offered free of charge, meaning we need to raise £4.7 million every year to ensure we are always there to care.


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Crohn’s & Colitis UK

We are the UK’s leading charity for the 300,000 patients living with either Crohn’s or Colitis- with the current figure believed to be almost double! People with the conditions face a lifetime of medication and, in many cases, major surgery. If left untreated, it can be fatal. Unlike many other diseases, there is a huge stigma attached leading many people to feel too ashamed or embarrassed to talk about it. This means that not only are they struggling with the devastating effects of Crohn’s or Colitis – they’re doing so alone


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Mudlarks

Mudlarks is a Hertford based charity supporting adults with learning disabilities and mental health issues.

Through supported learning and meaningful work in the community, Mudlarks’ projects help people build confidence and self-worth, and develop important skills.

Mudlarks runs five projects in Hertford:
  • At our allotments in Cromwell Road we provide gardening therapy to our clients, who grow vegetables in a safe and caring environment
  • The Mudlarks Café in Railway Street provides training, work experience and employment for adults with learning difficulties which improves their skills and confidence.
  • Our Larking About gardening team works in Hertford, managing all of the Town Council gardens.
  • Our Special Branch team of gardeners helps the elderly to maintain their gardens.
  • Our Forest School at Panshanger Park supports young adults with learning difficulties , giving them the opportunity to take part in activities, connecting them with the natural environment and encouraging self-directed play and exploration.

All of Mudlarks’ projects support local people with learning difficulties and mental health issues to take a full and active role in our community, and lead more fulfilling lives.


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Head Office

£3012.91


Donations Total: £3012.91


Macmillan Cancer Support

“We are millions of supporters, professionals, volunteers and campaigners. Together we make sure you’re treated like a person – not just a patient – and get the support you need to live life as fully as you can.”


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Queen Victoria

£1260.81


Donations Total: £1260.81


Streetsmart

StreetSmart was set up in 1998 by two ethically-minded London business people, William Sieghart, Chairman of StreetSmart, founder of Forward Publishing and Mary-Lou Sturridge, Former Director of The Groucho Club, Hotelier.

The idea was simple. During November and December in the run-up to Christmas, many people go out to eat in restaurants and celebrate the spirit of the holidays; so wouldn’t it be great if we could harness just a little of that “good cheer” and raise money for worthy charities at the same time people were enjoying a nice meal out?

The Charity raises money and then distributes it directly to the actual charities, hostels and projects that have the experience and facilities to help adults and children who are living on the streets, are homeless and want to get back on their feet. The money goes to charities providing for both basic needs and to those supplying the skills and resources needed to help in the long-term.


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Keech Hospice Care

Keech Hospice provides free, specialist care for adults in Luton and south Bedfordshire, and children from Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Milton Keynes, who have life-limiting and terminal illnesses. Our excellent specialist care supports adults and children to live pain and symptom free, to spend untroubled time with their family and friends, to understand what’s happening to them, to stay out of hospital and to make the most of the time they have.


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Charitable outcome


Head Office

£2513.37


Head Office

£1627.30


Head Office

£2131.31


Head Office

£1452.54


Head Office

£658.35


Head Office

£896.50


Head Office

£12.79


Head Office

£2806.93


Head Office

£2378.07


Head Office

£410.85


Head Office

£598.14


Head Office

£698.08


Head Office

£1358.91


Head Office

£973.50


Head Office

£5158.91


Head Office

£126.94


Head Office

£44


Prince George

£440


Donations Total: £24286.49


Herts Young Homeless

Herts Young Homeless is a unique charity in Hertfordshire providing services to support vulnerable people.

Our focus is on preventing homelessness – from education in schools and family mediation through to supporting 16-24 year olds in their first homes or caring for adults of all ages who have mental health issues and housing needs.

Our free services empower young people to be able to deal with the difficult situations in their lives, give them the ability and confidence to ‘do it themselves’ and ultimately find stability.


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The Woolpack

£30


Donations Total: £30