Our Chosen Charities
The Eve Appeal
The Eve Appeal is the only UK national charity raising awareness and funding research and raising awareness into the five gynaecological cancers – womb, ovarian, cervical, vulval and vaginal.
We were set up to save women’s lives by funding ground-breaking research focused on developing effective methods of risk prediction, earlier detection and developing screening for gynaecological cancers. We have played a crucial role in providing seed funding, core infrastructure funding and project funding in addition to campaigning to raise awareness.
South West Coast Path Association
Events and tours displaying the 'Coast Path Friendly' badge give back to the trail on which they are hosted by making a per participant contribution to the South West Coast Path Association charity.
Care After Combat
Their mission is to support veterans with alcohol and substance misuse problems and the reduction in numbers of re-offending veterans in the criminal justice system.
Surfers Against Sewage
Surfers Against Sewage is a marine conservation charity working with communities to protect oceans, waves, beaches and marine life. It was created in 1990 by a group of Cornish surfers from the villages of St Agnes and Porthtowan on the north coast of Cornwall.
Hayle in Bloom
Hayle's Britain in Bloom Group was formed in January 2000 at a Public Meeting called by the then Mayor of Hayle, Mr David Barrett, with an aim to enter the Britain in Bloom Competitions to enhance and beautify our Town of Hayle here in Cornwall.
During the early 1990s, Her Majesty's Coastguard was withdrawn from coastal watch stations. Following the drowning of two local fishermen within view of a local lookout, the National Coastwatch Institution was formed in 1994. Established as a charity, its sole purpose was the re-instatement and operation of the coastal watch. Within the first eighteen months, seventeen NCI stations had been opened and 96 life threatening incidents reported. There are now fifty NCI stations around our coast supported solely by public donation.
The St Ives Station (Golva Borthia in Cornish) was opened in 1999 and now provides an important and essential support to sea and coastal users.
The National Trust
A charity founded in 1895 by three people who saw the importance of our nation’s heritage and open spaces and wanted to preserve them for everyone to enjoy. More than 120 years later, these values are still at the heart of everything they do. They look after special places throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland for ever, for everyone.
As a charity we rely for income on membership fees, donations and legacies, and revenue raised from their commercial operations.
The NT have over 4.5 million members and 62,000 volunteers. More than 20 million people visit the pay for entry properties, while an estimated 100 million visit the open air properties.
They protect and open to the public over 350 historic houses, gardens and ancient monuments.
But it doesn’t stop there. NT also look after forests, woods, fens, beaches, farmland, downs, moorland, islands, archaeological remains, castles, nature reserves, villages - for ever, for everyone.
We can diagnose and treat patients faster. We can make families and loved ones more comfortable. And we can train staff in specialist subjects.
Innovations in healthcare help patients get better faster. With support, we can buy advanced equipment, provide better healing environments and support critical research projects.
The Charity is grateful for the support of all its donors, no matter how small the donation.