Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance

Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance is the People’s Helicopter – it works to save and improve the lives of people in every corner of Scotland, 365 days a year. On average, the Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance responds to one time-critical emergency call out every single day. The Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance Continue Reading

The Mayor of Greater Manchester’s Charity – Covaid-19: Helping the vulnerable in Manchester

The Mayor of Greater Manchester’s Charity was registered in October 2018 and officially launched in April 2019. With Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham fronting the campaign, the charity’s top priority was the issue of rough sleeping and homelessness in Manchester. However, the charity’s broader objective of tackling social issues in Greater Continue Reading

Barnabus Manchester

Homelessness is a major social issue that affects almost every urban city or town. Barnabus is a Manchester Christian Homeless Charity at the frontline of the homelessness crisis. The charity has provided a lifeline to rough sleepers and people affected by homelessness for over 25 years. Barnabus gives people dealing Continue Reading

Jonathan Ruffer – The UK’s Most Charitable Philanthropist 2019

Born in 1951, Jonathan Ruffer is a City investor, art collector and also the UK’s most charitable philanthropist according to the Sunday Times giving List 2019. Born and raised in Yorkshire, Ruffer was educated at the prestigious Marlborough College in Wiltshire. In 1972, Ruffer graduated from Sidney Sussex College, a Continue Reading

Great Ormond Street Hospital

Great Ormond Street was founded in February 1852 following great campaigning efforts by Dr Charles West. Formerly known as the Hospital for Sick Children, today Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust is informally referred to as GOSH. Great Ormond Street is the largest centre for child heart Continue Reading