CharitiesWe support the following charities in an effort to improve our communities
The Hugs Foundation
The Hugs Foundation provides a rescue and rehabilitation centre for horses, ponies and other animals that have been abandoned or abused. It also offers counselling and equine/animal therapy (using some of the rescued horses and ponies) to vulnerable adults, young people and those suffering from poor mental health. These services are delivered by professionally qualified, experienced counsellors and therapists. In addition to this, The Hugs Foundation provides educational facilities for organisations within the Bodmin and surrounding areas focusing on animal welfare.
Rain Forest Foundation UK
RFUK tackles deforestation locally and globally. Locally, it helps forest communities to gain land rights, challenge logging companies, manage their forests and protect their environment. Globally, it campaigns to influence national and international laws to protect rainforests and their inhabitants.
Macmillan supports cancer sufferers from the moment they are diagnosed, through to treatment and beyond – helping them to take back some control in their lives. From help with money worries and advice about work, to someone who’ll listen if they just want to talk, it provides a source of support during such challenging times.
The Screech Owl Wildlife Park
The Screech Owl Wildlife Park’s aim is to provide care and rehabilitation for sick and injured wild owls in Cornwall. To ensure their safe release into the wild on recovery or, if permanently disabled, to provide a comfortable home in a suitable environment. It promotes awareness of the conservation needs of owl species and their natural habitats by working with schools, youth organisations, groups and individuals of all ages. It also enables visitors to see and touch owls at close proximity under staff supervision as well as providing a talk and guided tour of the centre.
SAFE is a small group of horse-loving volunteers in Berkshire & Surrey, UK, that could not sit back and watch abandoned and fly-grazed horses and ponies suffer. Through donations and voluntary assistance it rehabilitates rescued horses until they are healthy and suitable for re-homing.
Jeans for Genes
Children’s Medical Research Institute is dedicated to finding ways to treat or prevent childhood cancer, epilepsy, birth defects and genetic diseases in order to create brighter futures for all children including those who are with us today and those yet to come into this world. Many major advances in children’s health have resulted from medical research including the demise of previously fatal illness like polio, smallpox and diphtheria so it really can make a difference and give kids around the world the opportunity for a healthy start to life.
The Honeypot Children's Charity
Since 1996 Honeypot has been working to enhance the lives of young carers and vulnerable children aged 5-12 years by providing respite breaks