Charities Goodwill Volunteers have supported
Charities we are proud to have assisted between 2009 - 2014:
Barnardo's - NEET Projects
Redditch Wheels Project: engaging young men and women who have become disinterested and excluded from mainstream academic education.
Revolutions: Transforming disengaged young people into qualified car mechanics.
Young Women's projects: Cutting them Free - work on sexual exploitation projects and report.
Best Beginnings works to radically improve the health of babies and reduce the health inequalities that exist for so many babies and young children in the UK. They were instrumental is lobbying for the implementation of the Breastfeeding Manifesto; as well as launching projects such as Small Wonders for sick and premature babies, and Preparing for Parenthood.
Caring for Courage
To support serving soldiers, their partners and families and particularly those members of the Royal Scots Dragoon Regiment who have left through disability or work-related illness. Caring for Courage is designed to support, alleviate and improve the prospects of all those soldiers in need.
Diversity In Care
Working with individuals with drug and alcohol related issues by providing housing and individual specialist support.
Only Connect is a London criminal justice charity, rooted in the community. Their vision is a more connected, human and just society. The focus of their work is innovation to reduce re-offending.
The "SMILE Appeal" is run by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists' International Office. The Charity brings together expertise from a global network of expert colleagues, highly trained doctor volunteers working for free to deliver education and training in pregnancy.
Street Kids International
Now amalgamated with Plan UK Global children's charity Plan UK, becoming a single effective and united charity under the Plan UK name. Both charities work in helping some of the world's poorest young people fulfil their potential.
Funding research and training of specialists dealing with Childhood Self-Harming, Suicide, bullying and addiction. (now part of the Lion's Club charitable Projects).
Target Ovarian Cancer
Now the UK's leading ovarian cancer charity. Working to improve early diagnosis fund life-saving research and providing support for women with ovarian cancer and their families.
XLP was started by the courageous Patrick Regan, and works to create positive futures for young people growing up on deprived inner city estates, struggling daily with issues such as family breakdown, poverty, unemployment and educational failure, and living in areas that experience high levels of anti-social behaviour, criminality and gang activity.