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Whitechurch in the Community

At Whitechurch, we care about supporting people in the communities around us. Our staff get involved in various initiatives, from sponsored events to selling baked goods and raffle tickets. As a company, we donate money in return for surveys completed and e-cards issued (instead of printed) as well as five percent of our profits to charities nominated by staff each year.


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Throughout 2018 Whitechurch will support two men - Dan Angell and Tony Wyles - who will be completing an arduous challenge in order to raise awareness for two very special charities.

Under their team name Second Chance, Dan and Tony will raise awareness and funds for Care After Combat and Ickle Pickles. They are seeking to raise over £500,000 and, in December, they will embark on the Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge. This is a rowing race of over 3,000 miles across the Atlantic Ocean. 

 

Ongoing Staff Activities:

In September 2017 staff participated in the National Fundraising Campaign for Macmillan Cancer Support. Macmillan Cancer Support
 
For Red Nose Day 2017, the crew upon the good ship Whitechurch baked, ate and donated in aid of charities transforming lives across the UK and the world's poorest communities. The Whitechurch admin ladies were most definitely on a mission. Sterling effort!! #bakeamillion
 
In 2016 a group of Whitechurch Ladies completed the Race for Life raising money for Cancer Research in memory of a colleague. Sales Director, Simon Snook embarked upon another challenge, this time cycling from London to Paris in 4 days, a total of 320 miles! Raising money for Penny Brohn Cancer Care.

Other charities supported include CLIC Sargent, a charity offering vital emotional, practical and financial support to young cancer patients and their families; and Macmillan Cancer Support, for whom our staff will be joining a nation of coffee drinkers and cake eating lovers to be part of the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning 2016.

At Christmas we donate £2 for every Christmas e-card we send to a chosen charity or initiative. In recent years we have supported Unicef (the Syrian appeal) and BRACE.

We donate five percent of our profits to charities nominated by staff each year. Current charities are:

Jessie May Children's Hospice at Home

Jessie May Children’s Nursery Nurses provide specialist care and support to help alleviate some of the pressures of terminal illness in children. This support is provided in the comfort of the family’s own home whenever possible from the time of diagnosis onwards. Click on the logo to visit the Jessie May website for more information. 


BRACEBRACE raises funds for and supports dementia research. BRACE awards grants to university-based researchers from laboratory scientists and clinicians to others engaged in clinical research, where patients and volunteers are also involved.
                                                     Click on the logo to visit the BRACE website for more information. 

 

St Vincent's part of Julian House

St Vincent's provides counselling and structured supported housing to adults in recovery from substance misuse. Service users progress into volunteering roles and back into education, slowly building up self-esteem and gaining valuable qualifications and experience as they move through the project. The end goal is to leave St Vincent’s confident that they can live independently, move back into employment and sustain their abstinence.
Click here to visit the St Vincent's website for more information. 

 

Logo_SeeChangeSee Change is the new name for Julian House in Bristol. The charity rebranded to See Change as a statement of what they aim to achieve in helping vulnerable men and women that have experienced domestic abuse, addiction and have been at risk of homelessness to rebuild their lives again. Click here to visit the See Change website for more information. 

 

Julian Trust  - Emergency accommodation & hot mealsThe Julian Trust Night Shelter, also known as the Bristol Night Shelter provides a warm welcome and a hot meal for homeless people and rough sleepers. The shelter - wholly staffed by volunteers - also provides a laundry service, alternative clothing (depending on donations) and facilitates other services such as a weekly visit from St John Ambulance and St Mungos Outreach workers.
 Click on the logo to visit the Julian Trust website for more information. 

 

Young Carers Bristol and South Gloucester

 

The Carers Support Centre provides services for carers of all ages. This includes confidential telephone support, one-to-one support, carers’ groups, activities for carers to take some time out, short breaks and training.
Click on the logo to visit the Young Carers website for more information. 

 

  

The Performing Arts Children's CharityThe Performing Arts Children’s Charity provides workshops for children and young people with special needs. Through drama, movement, music and performing together in a supported environment the children learn new skills, grow their self-confidence and become more independent. Click on the logo to visit The Performing Arts Children's Charity website for more information.