Whizz-Kidz improves the quality of life of disabled children and young people in the UK through the provision of customised mobility equipment such as wheelchairs and tricycles. It is dedicated to providing help and advice to the children and their families and raising awareness of mobility-related issues through national campaigning.
The Wild Frontiers Foundation is the charitable arm of adventure travel company, Wild Frontiers. Set up in 2009 we develop & support community projects in areas of the world we visit, including Pakistan, India, Ethiopia & Laos.
The Monkey Sanctuary, St. Martin, Looe, Cornwall, UK, PL13 1NZ
Wild Futures is a registered charity founded upon five decades of experience as a leader in the field of primate welfare and conservation, environmental education and sustainable practice. We are committed to protecting primates and habitats worldwide, with the protection of non-human primates at the forefront of our work.
Our safe haven for monkeys rescued from situations of abuse and neglect is The Monkey Sanctuary in Cornwall, which has an international reputation for levels of care and innovative management techniques. We work closely with other organisations to lobby local and central government to bring about positive change for primates. We also supports projects overseas with funding, practical assistance and advice and believe that education is vital in changing things for the better; educating more than 30,000 visitors and students on our work each year.
Our charity receives no government funding, so financial support is vital to allow us to continue our important work.
Unit 2 Whitbreads Business Centre,, Whitbreads Farm Lane, Chatham Green, Chelmsford, CM3 3FE
The Wilderness Foundation UK harnesses the power of the wilderness and nature to transform vulnerable lives and empowers people, in return, to conserve nature. Each year we work with over 7,000 people, including some of the hardest-to-reach and most disadvantaged young people and adults in society. We offer nature based therapy programmes that catalyse transformational personal growth and change, building longer term resilience and independence in communities, alongside our conservation educational work including climate change and sustainability programmes. All of our projects and programmes provide direct support, connecting people to nature, benefitting mental and physical wellbeing and to teach people to care for nature into the future, providing education, tools, strategies and techniques.
The Manor House, Broad Street, Great Cambourne, Cambridge, UK, CB23 6DH
The Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Northamptonshire and Peterborough protects all kinds of wildlife in its area in partnership with local people. They do this by buying and managing nature reserves, helping and advising local landowners and communities to protect and enhance wildlife, and fighting damaging that threaten the most special places for wildlife across their area.