It’s the first Monday of the month everyone, which means that it’s time for another Shine The Spotlight. But instead of me sharing five amazing blogs with you, I thought that I would highlight five very worthwhile charities that could really do with your support.
First up has to be, Guide Dogs.
With it costing £42,300 to train a Guide Dog from birth to being partnered with a Blind or partially sighted person, Guide Dogs could really do with your help to train more Guide Dogs to be a Blind or Visually Impaired person’s saviour.
Next up has to be, RNIB.
With over 2,000,000 people living with sight loss in the Uk, the RNIB is an incredible resource that helps both Blind and partially sighted people with every aspect of their life. But at the moment they’re only able to help and support one in three Blind and partially sighted people, which means that they could really do with your support.
Next up has to be, WWF.
With much of the world’s resources being depleted, the WWF are helping to safeguard some of the world’s most cherished wildlife, including magnificent Rhinos, Tigers and Turtles from threats such as poaching and habitat loss. But as you can guess, it takes quite a lot of money for them to carry on their great work, which means that they really need your support.
Next up has to be, Scope.
With a child being diagnosed as being disabled every ten minutes in the UK, Scope are working tirelessly to offer support such as a face to face service that introduces parents of disabled people to each other in their local community, as well as an over the phone support line so that disabled people don’t have to feel alone. But as you can guess, this costs quite a lot of money to run, which means that they could always do with your support.
The last and final Charity for this months Shine The Spotlight has to be, Campaign Against Living Miserably.
Male Suicide is the biggest killer of men under forty-five in the Uk, and Campaign Against Living Miserably offers support to men in the UK of any age who are feeling down or are in crisis through their helpline, web chat and website, challenges a culture that prevents men from seeking help when they need it, pushes for changes in policy and practice so that Suicide is better prevented via partnerships such as the alliance of Suicide prevention charities, and supports those who have been bereaved by Suicide. But as you can guess, all of their support and services takes a lot of money to provide, which means that they could really do with your support.
That my friends, brings us to the end of another Shine The Spotlight.
What are some of the Charities that you support? Why do you support them? Please let me know down below.