Our support goes a long way
We are currently supporting a number of charitable projects and organisations, both locally and internationally. Despite our selected charities being spread across the world, we visit them as often as we can, to preserve close relationships which are so important to us.
Our charities all work towards reaching various Sustainable Development Goals; 17 global goals to 'end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity.'
The Hope Centre is a community centre in Halesowen which has a great deal to offer to people in need. This non-profit organisation provides a safe, secure and warm environment for people to socialise, have access to food, clothes, and attend some of the many classes and groups they have to offer.
FRanche community church
Franche Community Church is a Christian church in Kidderminster, and its heart lies in the community and helping those in need. The church also has an established food bank, and through the help of volunteers and the church staff, they distribute food packages to people in need of support.
Switched On - Gambia
Switched On-Gambia is a charity which helps communities in The Gambia to acquire affordable solar powered lighting, as an alternative to candles. With a rent to buy scheme, distribution and sales to other areas are being set up, so the lamps can be sold to grant more and more people to renewable energy.
Sanchong teenager house
Sanchong Teenager House is a centre set up in Taipei, capital of Taiwan, supporting young people to access extra tuition for their studies and engage in positive social community projects.
Future Faces is a charity which supports the creation of hospitals, to treat people with cleft lip abnormalities overseas. Currently Future Faces supports a well established hospital in Hyderabad, India which also has a school for aftercare education, and a mobile dental vehicle which performs small operations to people in surrounding communities. In 2017, they opened the Craniofacial Centre in Janakpur, Nepal, to to train and support surgeons and allied professionals in order to care for people with craniofacial deformities. such as cleft lip and palate, trauma, and other problems in the head and neck region.
Teeth Relief are committed to improving oral health within low income communities around the world. Their aim is to make knowledge of oral health a fundamental part of health education and have created useful teaching materials centred on a unique training manual which explains oral health practice in plain language.
Wyre Forest Nightstop
Wyre Forest Nightstop is a successful charity which provides temporary emergency accommodation to young people aged 16-25. As well as giving support and advice, Nightstop also run a volunteer for success programme, skills training, and a mediation scheme for families.
'The Helper Students for the Poor Children of Cambodia Organisation', is a small non government organisation school in Siem Reap, Cambodia. It provides free education, food and school uniforms to children in a countryside village in Siem Reap, some of whom can’t afford to attend government schools.
Friends of Jan Jan Bureh nursery
‘Friends of Jan Jan Bureh Nursery’, is a charity which solely supports the Jan Jan Bureh nursery in The Gambia. The nursery was built in 2006 as a collaboration with the ex-head teacher of the local primary school, Tida Manka, and teachers from Hagley Primary School here in England. The nursery now provides education to over 200 children aged 3-6.
Asociación ONG Añañau
Asociación ONG Añañau is a non-profit charity based in Cusco, Peru. Founded with the aim of providing a good education to use as a spring board to a better future, Añañau is primarily an educational project working with children and youngsters between 4 and 18 years old who live in extreme poverty and unstable family situations in the district of San Jeronimo. Since January 2015, Añañau (meaning "how lovely" in Quechua) has been recognized as an official NGO in Peru.
Al-Hamzah School is located in the city of Taiz, Yemen. The city has effectively been under siege since the outbreak of the Yemeni Civil War in 2015, with regular reports emerging of food, water and medical supply shortages. Intouch Global Foundation has pledged to fund the restoration of the local school that has fallen into a state of deep disrepair. The project will initially focus on the overhaul of three classrooms, paving the way to providing a safe place for the basic education of the local population.
Living Springs is a charity in Stourton, Stourbridge, supporting vulnerable children, young people and families. Through facilitating people in 'Supported Houses', Living Springs is able to guide and assist parents, to ensure the welfare of each child and family.
Flame is a well established charity in Cambodia, based on a concept to partner educated young adults, with young children in a mentoring scheme, so they can receive education to lead to a better life. Flame also has many other projects and schemes, including providing help for small businesses, a mobile library and sponsorship for families.
The Gambian Deaf Children Support Project (GDCSP) is a charity which provides diagnosis and treatment of deafness, and educational and social support for deaf children and young adults in The Gambia. In 2012 they established a special class (Unit) at St Joseph’s primary school in Basse devoted to teaching deaf children.
happy smiles health foundation
Happy Smiles Health Foundation is a non-profit charity health organisation, conducting a School Oral Health Programme in the Ramechhap District of Nepal. The charity sets up camps in schools across the district, to educate children about oral health and provide dental treatments.
solar homework club
Working with Book Aid International, the Solar Homework Club Project supports the provision of quality education by extending access to books and solar lamps in six secondary schools in Kakuma refugee camp. There is no electricity for the refugee population across Kakuma, leaving students unable to study or do their homework at home, and teachers have unanimously agreed that lending the lamps to students is the best long-term solution.