The Light Fund, created in 2004 is an industry wide charity that raises monies to fund worthwhile charity projects to help children, women and men. The Light Fund is an acronym for: The Licensing Industry Giving Help Together. Since its inception, The Light Fund has raised almost £600,000 for numerous charities. Governed by a committee of dedicated people who give their time for free, it gained official registered charity status in 2012.
For more information on The Light Fund Charity please click here.
Since being established in 1860, Battersea Dogs & Cats Home is a charity (registered charity no 206394) that aims never to turn away a dog or cat in need of help. They reunite lost dogs and cats with their owners and when this can’t be done, they care for them until new homes can be found. Battersea Dogs & Cats Home also educates the public about responsible pet ownership.
Some photos from when the Battersea Dogs came by and met Team BLE last year!
For more information on Battersea Dogs & Cats Home and to make charitable donation please click here.
KidsOut is a children¹s charity founded in 1989 (registered charity no. 1075789).
KidsOut helps to transform the lives of disadvantaged children and young people in the UK by providing fun opportunities and positive experiences to enhance their wellbeing and outlook for a happier future. KidsOut projects support children who have experienced domestic violence, children with disabilities, children with English as an additional language, children struggling academically and those not in education or training.
For more information on KidsOut please click here.
Help for Heroes
Launched in 2007, Help for Heroes (registered charity no. 1120920) support Serving and Reservist Personnel and Veterans who have suffered injuries or illness as a result of their service to the Nation. The Charity also helps their close family and dependents.
For more information on Help for Heroes please click here.
BAT is championing an innovative Table Tennis Therapy Initiative, that very effectively delays cognitive decline in those diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's. To this end, BAT has instigated a major body of research with Kings College London, is creating a range of specialist equipment with Tamasu Butterfly and is orchestrating a series of high profile 2015/16 Awareness Events in conjunction with Table Tennis England.
For more information on The B.A.T. Foundation please click here.