We support a number of fantastic charities to aid the great work that they do. Find out more about some of the wonderful charities we’re working with below:


The Child Brain Injury Trust was established by a group of health professionals in 1991 to research and provide information regarding the effects of ‘traumatic’ injury on a child’s developing brain.

Today the Child Brain Injury Trust is the leading voluntary sector organisation providing emotional and practical support, information and learning opportunities for families and professionals affected by childhood acquired brain injury across the UK.

CBIT envisages a future where all children and young people with an acquired brain injury are diagnosed promptly and receive the support they and their families need to reach their full potential and to have the best quality of life possible.

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The story of BASIC (Brain And Spinal Injury Centre) is one of inspiration, sheer hard work and grim determination. It is also one of innovation, pushing the boundaries of rehabilitation by, first, creating the UK’s first National Helpline for people following brain surgery, to then setting up the groundbreaking virtual reality rehabilitation programme.

All BASIC’s services and initiatives have emerged after grassroots consultation with brain injury survivors and their families. We offer an integrated package of services individually tailored, designed around the whole person, their family, relationships and roles to support and empower people to help them regain control of their lives once they return home from the hospital.

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The Frenkel Topping Ability Counts League

The Frenkel Topping Ability Counts League is a hub for disability football around the county of Lancashire. It provides opportunity for young people and adults with a range of disabilities who wish to play competitive league football and provides a pathway from grassroots disability football up to elite disability football.

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Brain injury can challenge every aspect of your life – walking, talking, thinking and feeling – and the losses can be severe and permanent. It can mean losing both the life you once lived and the person you once were. We all think ‘it will never happen to me’, but every year around 350,000 people are admitted to hospital with an acquired brain injury.

Headway is the UK-wide charity that works to improve life after brain injury by providing vital support and information services. The charity lobbies for better support and resources to be made available to people affected by brain injury and works to raise awareness of brain injury and the devastating effects it can have.

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Silk Elephant

Silk Elephant is a strong community across all age groups with a shared vision that promoting and delivering simple acts of loving-kindness will have a positive impact on those facing challenging life difficulties. This might be a result of bereavement, disability, infirmity, financial difficulty, or serious illness including mental health. Their vision is to make a positive difference in times of difficulty.

The charity uses its collective power to change attitudes and promote kindness and campaigns relentlessly to create a more caring and selfless society. It believes this starts with educating young children about kindness through its school kindness programme.

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Aspire is a national charity that provides practical help to people who have been paralysed by Spinal Cord Injury. A spinal cord injury can happen to anyone at any time, and no one is prepared for how it will change their life. Aspire exists because there is currently no cure.

Aspire is dedicated to achieving a world where people with spinal cord injury have an equal place in society by removing physical obstacles, economic barriers and social prejudice that divide disabled and non-disabled people.

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