The John Muir Trust is a leading UK charity dedicated to the protection of wild land for both nature and people.
Scottish-born John Muir inspired their name and ethos, as the first person to call for action to be taken to protect wild land,
and an instrumental figure in the modern conservation movement.
Sightsavers work in the poorest of countries restoring sight and giving hope
to many adults and children who are needlessly blind.
The Mitchemp Trust is a youth development charity that works with vulnerable
children from the Wiltshire area. Working with children between the ages of 11 and 14 years, they aim to
improve their confidence, self esteem and ability to take responsibility for themselves.
Wateraid is an international NGO dedicated exclusively to the provision of safe domestic
water. Sanitation and hygiene education to the worlds poorest people.
VSO is the world's leading independent, international development charity that works through volunteers to fight poverty in developing countries.
The Railway Children helps runaway and abandoned children who live in and around the worlds
railway stations. Working through partner organisations the charity offers shelter, healthcare,
education, training, protection and above all, friends.
Seafarers UK (The King Georges Fund for Sailors) - www.seafarers-uk.org
Seafarers are still formally known as King George's Fund for Sailors (KGFS). Founded by King
George V in 1917 they are the only central fund making grants to nautical charities which look
after the welfare needs of seafarers and their dependants in the Royal Navy, Merchant Navy
and Fishing Fleets.
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