Your support is vital in creating financial power and human capital to be able to support The Atlas Foundation’s many charitable projects all over the World, so thank you so much! The Atlas Foundation, which I founded, exists to directly care, support and guide severely deprived children towards a better future. It is a launchpad for good that enables local projects round the world to make a tangible impact on the daily lives of young people in severe poverty and danger.

Children that Atlas aims to help are subjected to horrifying suffering whether it be malnourishment and disease, sex trafficking and rape, and extreme inequality and violence.

Through health, education, and gender inclusion programmes and a large number of rugby initiatives, The Atlas Foundation and its partners provide safe havens offering food, clean water, teaching, coaching and guidance over 200,000 children so far in dire need.

I am incredibly proud of how The Foundation exists to directly care, support and guide deprived children towards a better future.

Jason Leonard OBE

Beautiful Inside and Out

Beautiful Inside & Out Scio supports people of all ages. (We have taken out the word ‘young’.) We have supported a child as young as three years old when she lost her brother by suicide. The child was crying out in the night, unable to understand where her 15 year old brother had gone. We have supported grandparents of loved ones lost by suicide.

Beautiful Inside & Out Scio offers support to people who are struggling for any reason, as well as bereaved people who have lost a loved one by suicide. We offer counselling, play therapy, music therapy, drama therapy, art therapy, pet therapy and group sessions’

Parkinson's UK

Imagine not being able to move, sleep, or smile. Feeling anxious or depressed and struggling to think or remember. Your body not feeling like your own. This is what Parkinson's can feel like.

Your mum, son or friend. Anyone can get Parkinson’s, young or old. Every hour, two more people are diagnosed.

Parkinson’s is what happens when the brain cells that make dopamine start to die. There are over 40 symptoms, from tremor and pain to anxiety. Some are treatable, but the drugs can have serious side effects. It gets worse over time and there’s no cure. Yet.

But we know we’re close to major breakthroughs. Funding the right research into the most promising treatments, we get closer to a cure every day.

Until then, we're here for everyone affected by Parkinson’s. Fighting for fair treatment and better services. Making everyone see its real impact.

We’re people with Parkinson’s, scientists and supporters, fundraisers and families, carers and clinicians, all working side by side. Impatient for change, we’re taking a stand, speaking out, chipping in, and playing our part.

are Parkinson's UK. Powered by people. Funded by you. Together we'll find a cure.

Providence Row

The charity for our 2020 virtual event will be Providence Row.

Most of us who spend time in London and our other major cities, have walked past homeless people asking for money on the street. Whilst there may be the odd carpet bagger, those lying in doorways at midnight on a freezing wet or snowy winter’s night aren’t there to nick a few quid and go home to a nice warm fire. They are homeless because of addiction, or maybe divorce or perhaps, redundancy. Many suffer from mental illness. The Covid 19 crisis has made it much worse for the homeless. Hotels that were providing rooms to help are now open to the public again. Cover has created more redundancies and more problems. Providence Row is situated between the City and Docklands, where many of us are based or spend time. Please support this wonderful work as much as you feel able.

MAG (Mines Advisory Group)

The charity we supported in 2017 was Mines Advisory Group.

We raised over £65,000, an incredible amount and the most MAG have ever raised at a single event.

Every day, ten people are killed or suffer horrific injuries because of landmines and other explosive weapons.

Millions of people have no choice but to live with the daily risk of death or injury from landmines and unexploded bombs. This is unacceptable.

MAG has made land safe for 16.5 million people, giving them greater safety and the opportunity to rebuild their lives, livelihoods and futures. They depend on support from people like you to continue this essential work.

St Barnabas

St Barnabas are a local, independent charity that supports over 12,000 people across Lincolnshire each year.

Our clinical teams deliver free, high quality, compassionate end-of-life care to adults living with a life-limiting or terminal illness, as well as supporting their families and carers. The term 'life-limiting or terminal illness' includes conditions such as cancer, dementia, Parkinson's, heart failure and motor neurone disease.

The services and expertise we offer for people from the age of 18 years and upwards have been developed in a variety of care settings to support a wide range of needs. We offer Inpatient care, Hospice at Home, Wellbeing Services; which include Counselling and Bereavement support and Welfare and benefits advice.

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