Corporate responsibility
Charities we support

We support some great charities through combinations of pro-bono work and/or donations. In most cases the charities are quite small and we know the founders, believe in the cause and know that because the charity is well run, the overwhelming majority of the funds they receive go to the people or animals the donors want to help, rather than on administration or bureaucracy.

We support some great charities through combinations of pro-bono work and/or donations. In most cases the charities are quite small and we know the founders, believe in the cause and know that because the charity is well run, the overwhelming majority of the funds they receive go to the people or animals the donors want to help, rather than on administration or bureaucracy.

The honourable exception is Macmillan, who are larger and have been established longer than our other favourite charities. The common theme is that all of them are great at alleviating suffering, in humans or in animals. They are run by some amazing people, many of whom are our friends. Check out their websites below, you might also be moved to want to help them in some way.

The Retreat Animal Rescue

All manner of animals have been given sanctuary at the Retreat, a No Kill refuge.
http://retreatanimalrescue.org.uk

Macmillan Cancer Support

Palliative cancer care.
http://macmillan.org.uk

Animals Asia Foundation

Rescuing bears from bile farms.
http://animalsasia.org

Friends of Thai Daughters

Giving homes and education to orphan girls whose only alternative would be prostitution.
http://friendsofthaidaughters.org

REAN – Rescuing European Animals in Need

Rescuing and rehoming Romanian stray dogs from the horrors of Romanian streets and dog pounds.
http://facebook.com/REAN.CO.UK

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