Organisations we support and work with in various ways:
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“Tyneside Outdoors has emerged from a desire by its founders, and a recognised need within inner city communities, to engage people in informal education through out-of-doors activities.”
Unicef: “Right now, millions of children are in danger. They’re facing violence, disease, hunger, and the chaos of war and disaster. Together, we have the power to change that. With your help, we’ll do whatever it takes until every child is safe.”
“AF&V is a UK Veterans’ run organisation consisting of Armed Forces & Veterans – a company which provides discounted homes for serving and ex-armed forces members – and AF&V Launchpad, a registered charity which provides affordable rental accommodation for veterans making the transition to civilian life.”
“Daft as a Brush Cancer Patient Care offers staffed custom-made vehicles to transport outpatients, free of charge, to and from Hospital who are undergoing Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy cancer treatment. The regions to be covered by Daft as a Brush are: Northumberland, North and South Tyneside, Durham, Newcastle upon Tyne and surrounding areas. There would be no charge to the patients for our Service.”
“The Green Festival has grown into a flagship environmental event and is dubbed the North’s ‘mini-Glastonbury’. We intend to build on that reputation; raising awareness of environmental issues and giving the community a great weekend in one of Newcastle’s most beautiful parks.”
Red Cross has launched the Nepal Region Earthquake Appeal to provide humanitarian support to people affected by the 7.9 magnitude earthquake that hit Nepal on 25 April.
A second earthquake of 7.3 magnitude on 12 May has brought further grief and destruction to Nepal.
Hundreds of homes close to the quake’s epicentre in northern Nepal have collapsed, while thousands more remain homeless from the first earthquake in April. Right across the country, people urgently need shelter, safe drinking water, healthcare and help to recover from the trauma they have faced.
Nurture Hadrian’s Wall is part of a small charity based in Cumbria. We work with a whole range of stakeholders including: tourism businesses, visitors, local authorities, food producers, utilities, community groups, volunteers, conservationists and other organisations with an interest in or influence upon the natural environment. The team is led by Karen Mitchell, Director.