We are delighted to announce the 12 winners of our Christmas Bonus campaign, each of which will win a £100 donation from us at Virgin Money Giving .
Every charity which received a direct donation through Virgin Money Giving in the build up to Christmas was automatically entered, and these are the 12 winners;
- Berkshire Autistic Society
- UNICEF UK
- The Bridge: Homelessness to Hope
- The Hotcourses Foundation and Nyumbani UK
- Families And Friends Of Lesbians And Gays
- BISEE Books
- Jane Goodall’s Roots and Shoots
- The London Pathway
- Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity
- Saving Faces – The Facial Surgery Research Foundation,
- Al-Mizan Charitable Trust
- Age UK Norfolk.
Congratulations to all the winning charities . You can find more information on each of these 12 charities below.
The Berkshire Autistic Society is an established charity providing comprehensive services for all ages of people with autism, their families, carers and professionals working in the field.
UNICEF focus on five big dangers children face in the world today – violence, exploitation and abuse, disease, hunger and malnutrition, war and conflict and disaster – and are asking the British public to join them in their mission to reach every child in danger.
“The Bridge: Homelessness to Hope” is part of Homeless UK and provides food and clothing to homeless people in Leicester.
The Hotcourses Foundation works in partnership with Nyumbani UK and aims to make a measurable, tangible difference to the lives of some of the poorest children in the world.
FFLAG is a national organisation that promotes the well-being of lesbian, gay, and bisexual people and their families and friends. They offer support, information and advice through our confidential helpline and email answering service.
BISEE Books is a charity which aims to inspire a love of reading in disadvantaged schoolchildren in Ecuador. It was set up in memory of Sarah Howard, Indira Swann, Emily Sadler, Elizabeth Pincock and Rebecca Logie who were travelling in Ecuador when they were killed in a road accident.
Roots & Shoots encourages children to implement practical positive change for people, animals and the environment by providing teachers with free resources and activities.
The charity Pathway works to provide homeless people with healthcare. It aims to develop and champion health services for the homeless within the NHS.
The Florence Nightingale Hospice provides comprehensive care and support through in-patient and at-home services to local families affected by life-limiting illness.
Saving Faces aims through education and research to improve the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of facial disfigurement, facial injury and mouth cancer and is committed to reducing the suffering of all victims of these devastating and often fatal conditions.
Al-Mizan Charitable Trust is a UK funder that supports disadvantaged individuals and families living in poverty through small grants and interest-free loans of up to £500.
Age UK Norfolk is an independent charitable organisation which has been supporting older people in Norfolk for over 60 years. Their objective is to promote the well-being of all older people throughout the county of Norfolk and to help make later life a fulfilling and enjoyable experience.