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11th Barrow The Beacon Scout Group 97672 11th Barrow Scout Group, with over 50 children, comprising of Beavers, Cubs & Scouts of ages 6 - 15, and adult leaders.
13th Lancaster Scout Group 1027684 Our charity is part of the Scout movement . The group has multiple sections from Squirrels, Beavers , Cubs and Scouts and supports an age group from 4yr through to 14 yr. All 96 young people meet on a weekly basis and follow the skills for life programme.
1st Dalton Guides 306016 We are a local group for girls age 10+ empowering them to be their best and face the challenges of growing up today, through adventure, friendship and fun.
We are part of the leading charity for girls with nearly half a million members world wide
1st Duddon Scout Group 505973 Scouts is where young people make new friends, have amazing adventures, and learn new skills. Scouts are do-ers and give-it-a-go-ers. We go camping, hiking, swimming, abseiling, cycling, canoeing, work as a team and take on new challenges.

We follow the rules of the scout association as set out in https://www.scouts.org.uk/por/

1st Duddon Scout Group was founded in 1917 and was the second Scout Group formed in the Area then known as 2nd Barrow. It later became 1st Duddon (Dalton Church) and most recently after merging with the Methodist Scout Group in Dalton is now the only Scout Group in the town. We take both boys and girls and currently have 54 young people as members in the Scout Group (Beavers, Cubs and Scouts) and 18 Adult volunteers plus some parent helpers.
1st St Peters Ireleth with Askam Brownies We are a Brownie Unit which is part of Girl Guiding UK. The girls follow the Guiding programme for their section and work on topics covering You, Community and World.
The girls also work towards gaining badges
A Caring Space A caring space is a group for adults who care for other adults who have mental health issues. We meet monthly at st Matthews community halls on Highfield road, Barrow the last thursday in every month 1pm until 3pm. All 4 trustees are a mix of carers and ex carers so we have that personal experience. We offer respite for our carers, who can have very stressful lives, in the form of leisure and craft activities and occasional trips out. We all gain a lot of support from each other and many friendships have been formed through our group.
A Skye Full Of Stars 1184659 A Skye Full Of Stars is a charity set up in memory of Skye Olivia Mitchell who died in a car accident in 2017. The charity raises money to give back to young people in the local area of Millom to support them to further their dreams and ambitions. So far we have donated over £3500 to help young people take part in a number of activities including representing the country in sporting and music events. Skye was an ambitious and enthusiastic person who was not going to let being from a rural Cumbrian town stop her from achieving her dreams, sadly her life was cut short as she died when she was only 18. This charity allows us to support more young people to have the opportunities that she has missed out on.
A Stitch Different CIC Not for profit organisation ran by parent carers of disabled children who manufacture affordable weighted therapy & sensory items whilst creating meaningful activities for the disability community in the form of workshops & work experience to aid independence/ self esteem
Abbeyfield Barrow in Furness Society Ltd 252082 We are sheltered housing providing accommodation for 11 elderly residents, the Barrow Society was established 50 years ago and has been used by the local community continually over these years, residents have an en suit room and are provided with all meals and have a 24/ 7 on call support system.
Abbeyfield Furness Extra Care Society Ltd 26522R Staveley House, a not for profit organisation, was opened in 1996 as a purpose built residential home for the elderly, thanks to the hard work & fundraising efforts of our President, Ken Staveley MBE, and his board of trustees, whose vision was to provide quality person centred care and support for vulnerable people following the Abbeyfield values of dignity and respect. Originally supporting 31 residents with uniquely tailored support to maintain their independence, privacy and freedom of choice and most of all to give them a community of peers, we have now grown to 40 residents.
Achieve, Change and Engagement (ACE) 1147278 ACE provides young people (10-25) with emotional health and well-being support in Lancaster, Morecambe, Fylde and Wyre. We provided 1-2-1 counselling and therapy to improve young people's mental health.
Advantage! Barrow Raiders Community Foundation 1194545 Advantage! is a registered charity. We aim to develop sport, health and well-being for all age groups and ability levels in Barrow and the South Lakes area.
Alder Hey Children's Charity 1160661 Alder Hey Children’s Hospital is the busiest children’s hospital in the UK caring for over 275,000 young patients each year. Alder Hey is a Centre of Excellence for children with cancer, heart, spinal and brain disease and a National Centre for head and facial surgery, we are one of only four centres nationally to provide epilepsy surgery and one of two accredited major trauma units for children in the North West – our A & E department treats nearly 60,000 children every year. We are here for every child every day, providing remarkable care with excellence and dedication.

In October 2015 we moved into our brand new world class hospital, Alder Hey in the Park, the only hospital in Europe built entirely in a park.

Alder Hey Children’s Charity raises funds to support the hospital’s pioneering work and aims to improve the quality of life for not only the young people we see each year, but through innovations and research into childhood diseases, the quality of life for children in hospitals across the world.
Every donation we receive enables us to achieve that little bit more from buying vital equipment to building a better environment and providing facilities for families – your support means the world to us, thank you.
Alice's Escapes 1146011 Alice's Escapes offers holidays in the South Lakes for families with terminally and seriously-ill children, as well as bereavement breaks for those who have suffered the tragic loss of a child.
Given a terminal prognosis at just fourteen-years-old, Alice's dream was to provide a break from hospital - an escape where families could simply enjoy being together.
Alice selflessly chose to dedicate her remaining time to good causes and her drive and determination was rewarded in April 2012, when Alice's Escapes became a reality. With three holiday lodges, one fully-adapted for disabled guests, our breaks are provided free-of-charge and include attractions and a comprehensive grocery pack.
Sadly, Alice lost her courageous battle in 2013, but her family and friends remain committed to continuing her incredible legacy.
We now also offer bereavement breaks for those who have sadly lost a child.
• TEAM ALICE •
• Grit ... Courage ... Determination •
Alzheimer’s society 296645 At Alzheimer’s Society we’re working towards a world where dementia no longer devastates lives. We do this by giving help to those living with dementia today, and providing hope for the future.
Andrew Grene Foundation 1137950 The Andrew Grene Foundation’s mission is to give the people of Haiti the resources to develop themselves through education and microfinance at The Andrew Grene High School in Cité Soleil and our microfinance projects in rural Haiti.
ANDYSMANCLUB 1179647 ANDYSMANCLUB are a men’s suicide prevention charity, offering free-to-attend peer-to-peer support groups across the United Kingdom and online. We want to end the stigma surrounding men’s mental health and help men through the power of conversation. #ITSOKAYTOTALK
Animal Refuge Furness 1021803 We have operated in the Barrow area for 40 years, Taking ALL the stray dogs that come into the council pound and finding them new homes.We also take in,care for and rehome stray and abandoned cats.We have a scheme to Trap, Neuter and release feral cats too.
Animal Welfare (Furness) 1189973 We protect and provide sanctuary for unwanted and distressed animals until loving new homes are found. We also facilitate veterinary treatment for animals in our care and for those in our community.

We have developed several projects within the charity to help animals in need and are working with other local groups and veterinary practices to achieve better welfare for animals in the Furness area.

Any animal that comes into our care is given the best opportunity to thrive and be rehomed. We never put an animal down who has the ability to recover and live a happy life.

With this high standard of animal care, our vet bills and day to day costs are always increasing. The kind support from those in our community, donating through our charity shops, through events like the K2B and C2B and our different projects is what keeps the charity able to do the work we work - thank you so much for your continued support, it makes so much difference to so many animal's lives.
Ann Conroy Trust 1165808 The Ann Conroy Trust is a small charity, run and supported entirely by volunteers. This group is made up of patients and healthcare professionals, their families and friends. The Charity is not part of the UK National Health Service (NHS) but aims, in part, to complement the excellent work that the NHS does. The Charity does not receive any government or National Lottery funding but relies, instead, upon donations from members of the public.

The Ann Conroy Trust focuses its interests and attention upon a group of uncommon neurological conditions, which are little known about amongst the general public but which can cause a good deal of distress and anxiety to people who are affected by them. This is especially the case amongst newly diagnosed individuals, who often struggle to get reliable information about their conditions, previously unheard of by them and with strange, frightening-sounding names. The “Conditions” are dealt with elsewhere on this website.
Annie Mawson's Sunbeams Music Trust 1117159 Sunbeams is a Community Music Charity in Cumbria for people with disabilities of all ages. The Charity was founded in 1992 by Cumbrian born Harpist and Singer Annie Mawson MBE. Every month Sunbeams delivers over 100 live Community Music sessions in Music For Life® and Music For Dignity® Programmes to 1,458 disabled and disadvantaged people of all ages in 52 different venues across the County of Cumbria and at their new bespoke Centre outside Penrith. Sunbeams is reliant upon donations, fundraising and grants to keep the charity going and in order to provide their services free of charge .

Anthony Nolan 803716/SC038827 To save and improve the lives of everyone affected by blood cancer and blood disorders.
Anti Racist Cumbria 1197005 Formed in 2020 Anti Racist Cumbria’s mission is:
“Tackling and ending racism through action and education to create a forward-thinking and actively anti-racist Cumbria; free from prejudice and systemic inequalities.”

In Cumbria, race-related hate crime has increased 41% between 2016 and 2019 and every day brings fresh evidence that our society is at a turning point. We believe our beloved Cumbria has an historic opportunity to become the UK’s first actively and openly anti-racist county where anyone who lives or works in Cumbria can succeed and live without fear of discrimination because of racism. We do this in partnership with our local community, through education and action. We believe feeling safe to walk the fells without feeling different because of your skin colour is a step towards an Anti Racist Cumbria. For more information about us go to https://antiracistcumbria.org
Askam Sisterhood Sisterhood is an ecumenical ladies group which meets fortnightly, at Duddon Road Methodist Church, Askam-in-Furness. The members are aged from 60+ to 90. The Sisterhood committee also runs a chair based exercise. The exercise class is led by a qualified instructor, and meets weekly to encourage members to keep active - by gentle exercises to music
Askam United Junior Football Club We at Askam United Junior Football have 7 junior teams from under 6’s to under 11’s. Our teams play in the Barrow and District league
Askam Youth Action We are a youth group in Askam which runs on a Thursday evening. We have about 60 -80 children attending.
Autism Together 1007878 Supporting adults living with Autism
Autus Cumbria Autus Cumbria work locally with Individuals with ASD
Bardsea Bird Sanctuary We rescue birds in the South Lakes and elsewhere and treat them in the Bardsea Bird Hospital. Over 100 birds that can never be released are currently housed on the sanctuary. The Tweet Fleet are a team of volunteers who go out on rescues & vet trips &/or house birds themselves. Each member specialises in a different species. Most dealings are done directly via public, VET & RSPCA referrals or through our facebook page. We are unfunded.
BARROW & DISTRICT DISABILITY ASSOCIATION 513162 We are constituted to promote the wellbeing of disabled people, their carers and families in the Borough of Barrow in Furness in any way deemed lawful. We provide a wide range of activities and services for this client group. We are a totally independent registered charity having to raise our own funds to enable us to operate. We also work with professionals to help them best understand the needs and ways of our client group.
Barrow Amateur Swimming Club (ASC) N/A Barrow Amateur Swimming club (Barrow ASC) is a long established club in the Furness area (over 150 years old) that provides swimming, coaching and training opportunities for developing swimmers, County age group, Regional and swimmers of National standard.
The club itself holds swim camps / swim galas throughout the year and its respective squads attend team events throughout the County and further afield.
It is a socially inclusive club, run wholly by parents and volunteers with children aged 6 years to 20 years+ from all schools in the Furness area attending with their parents and/or volunteering their time.
Barrow Army cadet Force We provide and deliver a comprehensive military based training syllabus to children aged 12 -18. Subjects include first aid, weapon handling and shooting, Navigation, military knowledge, Drill and all aspects of field craft. We also provide Duke of Edinburgh awards and BTEC qualifications.
Barrow Celtic FC CH11155 Barrow Celtic Association Football Club main objective is to promote and organise Junior and Open-age Association Football in the district, this will include proactive engagement with the local community.
Barrow Citizens Advice Bureau 1077427 Our aims are to to provide free, confidential, impartial and independent advice and information for the benefit of the local community, and to ensure individuals do not suffer through a lack of knowledge or an inability to express their needs effectively
* to exercise a responsible influence on the development of social policies and services
Barrow Citizens Advice values diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination.
Barrow Community Basketball and Sports Association Ltd 1070366 Barrow Community Basketball and Sports Association Ltd provides basketball coaching and playing opportunities to boys and girls from school year 1. We also provide the same service for men and women. We organise and deliver school basketball leagues during the season including primary, senior and college teams. We are the home to Barrow Thorns basketball club which again provides coaching and playing opportunities to both junior and senior age groups. The club teams play in National Leagues all over the Country.
Barrow Foodbank 1152753 Barrow Foodbank aims to provide relief to individuals and families in crisis in South West Cumbria, through the provision of emergency food supplies either directly or through approved partner agencies. We engage the whole community in collecting food, which is then banked and used to give to local people in food crisis.
Barrow Operatic and Dramatic Society 702358 To encourage people from all walks of life to appreciate theatre, song and dance as either a performer, helper or member of an audience. To offer a safe environment for all who wish to participate.
Barrow Raiders Ladies Barrow Raiders run an amateur Ladies team that provide support to the Keswick to Barrow event. The team is growing and provides opportunities for ladies and girls to compete in competitive sport.
Barrow Rotary Club Trip to Calvert Trust 270923 The Calvert Trust organises activity holidays for disabled people at their outdoor centre near Keswick. The week long course emphasises visitors abilities and provides them with an array of outdoor activities such as abseiling, sailing, horse riding (carriage driving) and other outdoor activities.
Through our Charitable Trust, The Rotary Club of Barrow in Furness aims to send at least one person and their carer on the activity holiday each year. Those people we are able to send are encouraged to participate in outdoor activities that they may ordinarily never have the chance to take part in and in an environment that is safe and supporting. Many who have visited report that their experiences are joyous and most rewarding and will be remembered for ever.
Barrow Sea Cadets 521018 Barrow Sea Cadets offers an environment where young people aged between 10-18 find new confidence and inspiration, helping them to develop life skills, like team work and independence through nautical adventure. Our aims are brought from the heart of Royal Navy traditions. We strive to teach respect, loyalty, self-discipline, commitment, honesty and integrity.
Barrow Senior Citizens Section Committee 517298 We are an organisation that oversees 2 senior citizens clubs around Barrow, Abbotsvale Over 55's Group and James Dunn Senior Citizens group. There used to be 5 clubs under our umbrella but 3 closed after covid. We are hoping to encourage more senior citizens clubs to open, All funding is shared equally between the remaining clubs that reach out to approximately 100 elderly citizens of Barrow combating loneliness and depression in our elderly population.
Barrow Womens Community Matters 1156492 Women's Community Matters is a one stop shop for women specific services. We offer a range of courses, activities, groups and one to one support to women aged 14 and over in the area. We deliver our services with love, care, compassion and kindness. We stand alongside women as they make decisions for themselves about any changes they may want to make in their own lives.
Bay Hospitals Charity 1048685 Bay Hospitals Charity - we fund over and above NHS funding. We improve the hospital environment, support clinical teams and ensure our patients receive the best possible treatment and care. We are here to support you, your family, friends and neighbours from the cradle to the grave and at every stage in between.
Bay Trust Radio 1193959 To relieve sickness, infirmity and the disabilities attendant amongst persons living in South Cumbria and North Lancashire by providing a local broadcasting service for hospitals, hospices, old persons homes and similar institutions and, wherever possible, providing a similar service within the local community to assist patients receiving care in the community.
Bendrigg Trust 508450 Bendrigg Trust specialises in delivering high quality courses for disabled and disadvantaged people. We aim to promote inclusion, encourage independence and build self-confidence through the safe provision of adventurous activities.

At Bendrigg Trust we believe in equality. We provide a wide range of adventure activities, led by highly qualified and experienced Tutors, for all ages and abilities. Based at our 60-bed residential centre just outside Kendal, our outstanding indoor facilities compliment beautiful outdoor venues and provide opportunities for active participation in all weather conditions.

Bendrigg is a registered charity and since 1978, the Trust has encouraged independence and built self-confidence for over 79,000 disabled and disadvantaged people throughout the UK.
Blackwell Sailing 1106865 We are a registered charity that enables local people with disabilities to go sailing on Windermere. We take both groups and individuals from April - October each year. We provide the volunteer support and facilities so that people with disabilities can participate on equal terms with other members of the community. We have the expertise and equipment to take anyone out on the water. The charity relies heavily on volunteer support, grant aid and donations.
Blesma, The Limbless Veterans 1084189 Blesma, The Limbless Veterans helps all serving and ex-Service men and women who have lost limbs, or lost the use of limbs or eyes, to rebuild their lives by providing rehabilitation activities and welfare support. Our programmes allow Members and their families to face the challenges ahead with renewed confidence and self-belief.
We work tirelessly for our Members when the conflicts that have affected their lives are no longer a focal point in the nation’s media. Since 1932, we have been the only national Service charity that supports limbless veterans for the duration of their lives. Our Members range from the youngest amputee veterans to those who fought in WWII.
Bliss 1002973 Bliss is the UK’s leading charity for babies born premature or sick.

Bliss champions the right for every baby born premature or sick to receive the best care. We achieve this by empowering families, influencing policy and practice, and enabling life-changing research.
Blood Cancer Uk 216032 We're a community dedicated to beating blood cancer by funding research, supporting those affected, and campaigning for change. Since 1960, we've invested over £500 million in blood cancer research, transforming treatments and saving lives.
Bluebell Foundation 1132347 THE BLUEBELL FOUNDATION
The loss of a pregnancy, death of a baby, infant or child, or the struggle to conceive can have a real impact on the families involved.
The Bluebell Foundation provides support for people experiencing grief associated with loss during pregnancy, death of a baby, child or young person, those with fertility issues and families where a child has life-limiting or life-threatening illness.
We also provide support for children and young people up to the age of 18 who are grieving through the death or anticipated death of someone important to them.
We hope to enable families to begin to understand their grief. We cannot replace the life lost but we can try to help people cope with the loss.
The Bluebell Foundation was formed in 2007 by a group of people who have been through a similar or the same experiences. They felt setting up this charity would help people through such a traumatic time, and help them talk to other people who have suffered the same or similar loss.
Bluebell provide support to families and individuals when they are ready. You do not need to wait a set amount of time. We are available for you when you feel the time is right
Bonus Swimming Club for the Physically Disabled Local swimming club for the physically disabled of all ages. Exercising in the pool enables members to have a freedom of movement which many struggle with otherwise.
Bowel Cancer UK 1071038 Bowel cancer is the second biggest cancer killer in the UK but it shouldn't be. Bowel cancer is treatable and curable especially if diagnosed early. As the UK's leading bowel cancer charity, we're determined to save lives and improve the quality of life of everyone affected by bowel cancer.

For more information on how we can support you every step of the way, please visit our website at www.bowelcanceruk.org.uk, contact the Events team on 020 7940 1769 or email events@bowelcanceruk.org.uk.

Tomorrow can't wait. Join our team and help us stop people dying of bowel cancer today.
Breast Cancer Now 1160552 Breast Cancer Now is the charity that’s steered by world-class research and powered by life-changing care. They’re here for anyone affected by breast cancer, the whole way through, providing support for today and hope for the future
British Heart Foundation 225971 Raises money to fund life saving heart research.
Broughton School Association 1206741 We are the PTA of Broughton in Furness Primary School. We raise money to fund trips, resources and extra activities to save parents money and to enhance our children's education.
Cancer Research UK 1089464 Cancer Research UK is the world’s leading charity dedicated to beating cancer through research. We’ve already saved millions of lives by discovering new ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer.
Every year more people in the UK die from cancer than any other disease and sadly, 1 in 2 people develop cancer at some point in their lives.
Over the last forty years survival rates have doubled, which means two in four people are living for 10 years or more after being diagnosed. We hope to accelerate progress and see three quarters of patients surviving 10 years or more in the next 20 years.
We take our learning’s from the lab right to the patient’s bedside and work to diagnose, treat and prevent cancer – so at Cancer Research UK we really are tackling cancer on every front. What’s more, we are the only charity with the knowledge and expertise to tackle all 200 types of cancer.
CancerCare North Lancashire & South Lakeland 1120048 CancerCare is a unique independent charity dedicated to helping families and individuals in North Lancashire and South Cumbria who are affected by cancer and other potentially life-limiting conditions.

Delivered by qualified and experienced staff, CancerCare’s wide range of free professional therapy services are designed to help individuals and their families come to terms with and manage the challenges of a serious health condition. Services include counselling, hypnotherapy, Alexander Technique, aromatherapy massage, group activities, support groups and a Children and Young People’s Service.

With 35 years of experience, CancerCare helped more than 30,000 local people affected by cancer and other life limiting conditions.

CancerCare has three dedicated centres based in Barrow (the Furness Centre at the Trinity Church Centre on Warwick Road), Kendal (The Lakes Centre on Blackhall Road) and in Lancaster (Slynedales on Slyne Road) and also provides outreach services in local hospitals and community outlets including Furness General and the Royal Lancaster Infirmary.

All CancerCare services are provided free of charge. This is only possible through fundraising and generous donations from local people and businesses.
CandoFM CandoFM is a community radio station ran by volunteers that aims to provide a range of benefits to the local community. From providing information about local events, to keeping people updated on the traffic and providing local talent a stage to express their skills. The station aims to give as much to the community as it possibly can.
Cardiac Risk in the Young 1050845 Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) is the UK charity that supports those affected by conditions that can cause young sudden cardiac death. CRY provides bereavement support and funds fast -track expert pathology investigations at the CRY Centre for Cardiac Pathology. CRY raises awareness of signs and symptoms of cardiac conditions and supports young people diagnosed with life-threatening conditions through the myheart Network. CRY funds medical research and operates a nationwide cardiac screening programme for any person between the age of 14 and 35. CRY funds fast -track expert medical services at the CRY Centre for Inherited Cardiovascular Conditions and Sports Cardiology.
Care of Police Survivors (COPS) 1170760 Care of Police Survivors (COPS) is a charity that supports the families of police officers and staff who have lost their lives on duty.
COPS is a peer support charity. We provide peer support for police families by arranging local, national and on-line events that enable survivors to build friendships and bonds that support them through the good times and the bad.
We provide practical and emotional support for bereaved families, ensuring survivors have the help they need to cope with such a tragedy, and that they remain part of the police family as they rebuild their lives.
Carer Support South Lakes 1142184 Carer Support South Lakes is an independent, local charity and network partner of Carers Trust. We provide a range of services to support and enhance the lives of unpaid carers of all ages throughout South Lakeland.
Caritas Care 326021 About Caritas Care

At Caritas Care we believe that everyone deserves chances, choices and opportunities to live the best lives they can. We‘re about giving people from all walks of life hope and we make sure that we’re there to help them through any barriers they may face.

That is why the services and projects are dedicated to making a positive difference to the lives of all children, families and communities. We support people in building the lives that they want and we believe that everyone has the right to be able to reach their goals and aspirations, no matter what their background may be.

Our diverse range of services support people through:
•Adoption
•Fostering
•Disability Support Services
•Homelessness facility
•Ex Offender programmes
•Community based services: Nursery, Community Centre
CFM Cash for Kids 1122062 Every year we raise thousands of pounds to support local children who suffer abuse or neglect, are disabled and have special needs or who simply need extra care or guidance. CFM Cash for Kids distribute money to registered charities, to individuals to pay for specialist equipment, to sports organisations and to specialist projects for schools & playgroups; Projects must be for the benefit of young people under the age of 18; who are disabled and have special needs or who come from underprivileged backgrounds.
Every penny raised, stays locally in Cumbria and South West Scotland to help thousands of children in our communities each year.
Changes Bristol 1167828 Changes Bristol provide peer support groups in Bristol and online for anyone aged 18 or over, offering a safe and friendly space for people to share any worries they might have. Our groups are free to access, confidential, with no referral needed and no diagnosis required. We also offer one-to-one phone befriending for new and existing members, a Walk and Talk Service and wellbeing gardening groups
Chapel Street Friends of School 1197268 Chapel Street Friends of School is an organisation that supports the young people and families in Dalton who attend Chapel Street Infants and Nursery School. We raise funds towards school projects. Our current project is developing a sensory room for our children, which will help to facilitate our children’s learning and development.
Chapel Street Infants and Nursery School Our school provides education for children from Reception to Year 2 age. We provide childcare for children of Pre-School and Nursery age.
Cheshire Search and Rescue 1105454 Cheshire Search and Rescue is a team of volunteers, on call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
They assist Cheshire Police with searches for vulnerable missing people, but also have the capability for flood response, evidence searching and assisting other emergency services as the need arises.
Childrens Cancer and Leukaemia Group 286669
Children’s Cancer and Leukaemia Group is a leading children’s cancer charity and the UK and Ireland’s professional association for those involved in the treatment and care of children with cancer. Each week in the UK and Ireland, more than 30 children are diagnosed with cancer. Two out of ten children will not survive their disease.

Over the last 40 years, CCLG has played a key role in the major improvements in survival rates and the standards of care for children. We bring together childhood cancer professionals to ensure all children receive the best possible treatment and care.

There are still some childhood cancers with a poor outlook, and many treatments can have long-lasting side effects. Further research is therefore vital, and the ultimate aim of CCLG is to cure as many children as possible while reducing the short and long-term side effects of treatment. We fund and support research into childhood cancers, and we help young patients and their families with our expert, high quality and award-winning information resources.
Childrens Hospices Across Scotland SC136410 We’re Children’s Hospices Across Scotland. But most people know us as CHAS. For over twenty years we’ve been offering a full family support service for babies, children and young people with life-shortening conditions. This includes palliative care, family respite and support – through our hospices, homecare services and hospital presence.

We help families keep the Joy Alive.
Church Walk Preschool Ltd 1110326 The charity preschool nursery is at the heart of Ulverston, providing care for children aged 2-4 for over 25 years. The preschool is run by a committee and the long serving staff work tirelessly to support all the children in giving them the best start in their early childhood. We are continually raising money to provide the children with the best resources and opportunities possible.
Citizens Advice Allerdale 1097260 Citizens Advice Allerdale provide free, independent, impartial and confidential advice on a wide range of areas including debt, benefits, employment, housing, relationships, consumer issues and many other problems.

We are an independent charity and part of the Citizens Advice network across England and Wales.

We are made up of a number of paid staff and volunteers and between us we are able to fulfil our aims and principles, which are:

To ensure that individuals do not suffer through lack of knowledge on their rights and responsibilities or of the services available to them, or through an inability to express their needs effectively.

And equally to exercise a responsible influence on the development of social policies and services both locally and nationally.
Climbers Against Cancer 1158181 Through the worldwide climbing community, we aim to increase awareness and raise funds for research in the continued fight against a disease that affects so many. Climbers Against Cancer is run mainly by volunteers and none of the money raised is used for administration, travel or any other expenses.
Cockermouth Swimming Club Cockermouth Swimming Club has 40-60 competitive swimmers but the commitment of the coaches and swimmers helps them to achieve exceptional performances. There is a strong team ethos supporting and encourage each other at all ages to be the best they can be.
Coniston and Crake Valley News Tell us what you do. Do NOT use this box to make funding requests.
The Coniston and Crake Valley News is distributed free to around 1200 households in the Coniston, Torver, Lowick & Blawith, Colton and Egton parishes in the Crake and Rusland Valleys. We have a mix of news items, events, organisations' reports and adverts as well as the "What's On Guide". The Magazine is very popular with local residents, especially with older people who don't use social media and may be isolated.
Coniston C E Primary School Home School Association 1064969 We are a group of parents, school staff and school friends who raise money to pay for outings or resources to enrich pupils' lives either in school or during after school activities. The money raised ensures that costs to parents are kept to an affordable level and also we can provide school with resources that they are not able to afford from their very tight education budgets.
Coniston CE Primary School Coniston CofE Primary School is a small community school within the Lake District. We have a lovely community who participate in school events and raise money to support our children's education.
Coniston Mountain Rescue Team 1192607 Mountain Rescue across the UK is a voluntary organisation which relies solely on the support and generosity of the public; whether that be as an active member out on the fells; as a supporter with fund raising and/or admin activities or a friend providing donations. Whether it is time or money given without this the team simply could not function or be there when they are needed most.

Coniston Mountain Rescue Team was founded in 1947 and was the first team of its kind in the UK. There are currently over 30 highly trained volunteers on the active list, turning out in all-weather 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and all funded solely by donations.
Coniston Sports and Social Centre 1121782 To promote for the benefit of the inhabitants of Coniston and the surrounding area the provision of facilities for recreation and other leisure time occupation of individuals who have need of such facilities by reason of their youth, age, infirmity or disablement, financial hardship or social and economic circumstances or for the public at large in the interest of social welfare and with the object of improving the conditions of life of the said inhabitants.
Coniston Tennis Club We are a village community grass court tennis club enabling villagers and visitors to access good quality grass tennis in a fantastic rural setting. We are also linking with the local primary school to teach youngsters about tennis through tennis games.
COPELAND AMATEUR SWIMMING CLUB 1103769 The objectives of the Charity are 'the promotion of community participation in healthy recreation in particular by the provision of facilities and assistance to those who need it for them to take part in the sport of swimming.’
Coronation House 500571 Provide very sheltered accommodation for 10 residents
Crake Community First Responders We are a Community First Responder's Group operating in South Cumbria and Crake Valley. Community First Responders are equipped and trained community based volunteers who are paged out from Ambulance Control to provide critical care of patients and situations pending the Ambulance arrival. Other activities include promoting Public Access Defibrillators and assisting CPR Training.
Croft Care Trust 703194 Croft Care Trust is a local charity founded in 1955 to provide support and care for people with physical and learning difficulties. It was originally set up to provide support and help for the families of children with difficulties, but as our clients progressed through life we changed to meet their needs into what we are today.
We now have a 23 bedded nursing unit and a 23 bedded residential village for people over the age of 18 years.
The aim of Croft Care Trust is to provide a safe and caring environment for residents as long as is needed. We seek to maximise the development of each individual within their own potential and our mission is to strive to meet the hopes, needs and aspirations of each individual in our care.
Croftlands Community Church 1182318 We are, as it says on the tin, a church for the community and based in the heart of Croftlands. Our purpose is to love God and love people in the same way that our loving God loves people, as seen in the life of Jesus.
Crohn's and Colitis UK 1117148 We’re the UK’s leading charity in the battle against Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. Founded as a patients’ association in 1979, we now have 35,000 members across the UK.

These aren’t just people who have Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) – our members also include their families and friends, health professionals and others who support our work. They’ve helped us set up 50 Local Networks across the nation. These arrange educational meetings, generate publicity and organise fundraising.

We work to make life better for the 300,000 people in the UK with Crohn’s Disease, Ulcerative Colitis and other forms of IBD.
Crooklands Casuals Football Club CASC Number CH6787 We are a local volunteer led football club providing a range of football activities for boys and girls aged 5 -16 and adults 16 to 70.
Cumbria 4x4 Response 1194623 Providing logistical support in times of adverse weather to the Emergency Services, NHS Trusts, Local Authorities and other charities in and around Cumbria.
Cumbria Action for Sustainability 1123155 Cumbria Action for Sustainability (CAfS) is Cumbria's leading climate change organisation. Our vision is a zero-carbon Cumbria, bringing about a better way of life in balance with our environment.  

We work with householders, local environmental action groups, parish councils, communities, businesses, indeed anyone who wants to help tackle climate change and rising energy costs in Cumbria.
We do this by:
• Supporting communities and organisations to take action through providing advice, information and resources
• Undertaking practical projects from draught proofing the homes of those in fuel poverty to establishing community owned energy schemes
• Providing training and events to increase skills of those in the area from homeowners to architects and planners, particularly on how to improve energy efficiency of older buildings
• Providing various consultancy services from home energy audits, to bespoke projects for local agencies.
Cumbria Cerebral Palsy 1110076 The objectives of CCP are to promote the care and welfare of those with cerebral palsy their, friends, carers and families. Current services, amongst others, include:

• We run a day care service in Carlisle for up to 30 adults with cerebral palsy who can enjoy the variety of independent skills training, crafts, IT training and cookery classes amongst others
• We employ a Trust Fund Officer who applies to grant giving Trusts on a client’s behalf to obtain funding for specialist equipment, trikes, powered wheelchairs etc.
• We employ a family support team who provide vital support to individual clients of all ages living in their own home



With over 200 clients, the family support team service is very much driven by the needs of the clients and can include

• Initial help and advice following a diagnosis and ongoing family support with issues as they arise
• Liaison with and signposting to other agencies
• Advising on specialist Equipment
• Sourcing funds for such equipment
• Attending client reviews
• Support during transitional periods School/college/work
• Discussing alterations to the home to continue with independent living
• Suggesting alternatives to care.
• Advising on benefits and helping with form filling
• Funding leisure activity weekends
• Ongoing support with issues as they arise
Cumbria Ore Mines Rescue Unit 1001285 Search and rescue team for mines and caves predominantly situated in Cumbria. Team comprises of volunteers who are on call 365 days a year. The team is a member of Lake District Search & Mountain Rescue (LDSAMRA).
Cumbria Wildlife Trust 218711 The natural world is very important to each of us. Even if we didn't already realise this, the last few years have made us more aware of this.
Cumbria Wildlife Trust is the only voluntary organisation devoted solely to the conservation of the wildlife and wildplaces of Cumbria. Making them better for wildlife and better for people to enjoy and experience too.
Formed in 1962 and supported by thousands of members and supporters, the Trust cares for 40 nature reserves, campaigns for the protection of endangered habitats and species such as limestone pavements and red squirrels, and works with adults and children to discover the importance of the natural world.
Cystic Fibrosis Trust 1079049 We're the only UK-wide charity uniting people to stop cystic fibrosis (CF). We fund vital research, improve care, speak out and race towards effective treatments for all. We won't stop until everyone with cystic fibrosis can live without limits.
Cystic Fibrosis Trust 1079049 We're the only UK-wide charity uniting people to stop cystic fibrosis (CF). We fund vital research, improve care, speak out and race towards effective treatments for all. We won't stop until everyone with cystic fibrosis can live without limits.
Dalton Community Association 10763322 DCA is dedicated to provide services to the community of Dalton and the surrounding areas .These services are provided in Dalton Community Centre , DCA raises funds to maintain and run the centre . Groups that use the Centre include Age Uk, Dalton Youth , and Jack & Jill Playgroup. It is the only community venue in Dalton area capable of housing all these groups
Dalton in Furness District Recreational Charity Trust 509901 Dalton Leisure Centre is a busy community facility centred around our 20m warm water swimming pool and Splash Zone providing sporting facilities in the form of swimming, squash, aerobics classes, gyms etc. Many schools undertake swimming lessons from the Dalton area and beyond. We provide ante natal classes for pregnant ladies and swimming sessions for toddlers right through to Adults. The aquamobilty classes cater for those who maybe are recovering from injury/operations or would rather take part in a less intensive water based class such as our Waterobics.
Our café not only provides a viewing area for the pool but members of the local community meet regularly in what is a warm and safe environment.
DanceXtreme 1189153 DanceXtreme are a local dance troupe who compete across the North West. We welcome dancers of all age & ability and pride ourselves in fundraising in order to keep costs to an absolute minimum for our families.
Dazzle for Children 08953194 Our organisation supports local children and families through our kids clubs, imformation centre as well as offering a training facility for young people.
Dementia UK 1039404 Dementia UK supports families facing dementia through their Admiral Nurse Services and Helpline. Admiral Nurses are highly experienced nurses, with specialist knowledge and skills in dementia care. Admiral Nurses work with families during the toughest times, giving them the practical tools and emotional support they need to face dementia. They work with the person with the diagnosis, but also the entire family, keeping people connected and together for as long as possible.
Derby Toc H Children's Camp 223219 Derby Toc H takes 130 children aged between 10 and 14 on a free 10 day camping holiday in Derbyshire. These children would not normally have any sort of holiday or break from home. We can take them into the countryside, swimming, canoeing cycling and games on the field
plus crafts etc.
Derian House Children's Hospice 1005165 We help children and young people, whose lives are too short, to make happy memories in an environment of fun, respect and above all, Outstanding Care.

The care we provide is free for families, but services cost £6 million to run every year with under 30% of funding we need coming from the government.
We provide respite and end-of-life care to more than 400 children and young people across the North West.

We do this 24 hours a day, seven days a week, We never close to those who need us.
Our help extends right across the family to brothers, sisters, parents and grandparents.

We look after children and young people right up until their 26th birthday offering palliative care, respite stays, day care, holidays and end of life support. We continue to offer transition support for those young people who are leaving us up until their 28th birthday ensuring they have a well-established network of support in their community.
Diabetes UK 215199 We are leading the fight against the UK’s biggest health crisis, towards a world where diabetes can do no harm. And it’s a fight that involves us all – Sharing knowledge and taking on diabetes together. Because diabetes is relentless and so are we!
It’s our job to tackle the diabetes crisis. We’re here to prevent Type 2 diabetes, campaign for and support everyone affected by diabetes, and fund research that will one day lead us to a cure. We have invested £66+ Million over the last decade alone into diabetes research. With your help, we’re getting close to a cure.
Dogs Trust 227523 Dogs Trust give stray and abandoned dogs a second chance at a brighter future with responsible, caring new owners. They are funded entirely by the generosity of their supporters and without their support it would be simply impossible to care for around 17,000 stray and abandoned dogs at their 20 rehoming centres.
Dowdales School Secondary School providing educational, stimulating and resourceful provisions for local students
Dravet Syndrome UK 1128289 Dravet Syndrome UK is an independent UK charity dedicated to improving the lives of those affected by Dravet syndrome through support, education and medical research.
Drop Zone Youth Projects 1002656 Drop Zone Youth Projects works with young people across the Furness area to realise their aspirations. We provide support, guidance and advice on all issues which affect young people.
Duddon & Furness Mountain Rescue Team 1173246 Mountain search and rescue team covering south west Cumbria; including, mountains, fells, rural, urban and coastal (shore side only) areas; 24 hours a day 365 days a year.
Duddon Canoe Club
Duddon Dragons Explorer Scout Unit 525102 Explorer Scout Unit
Duddon Inshore Rescue 500045 Duddon Inshore Rescue is a voluntary organisation providing a 24 hour on-call service dedicated to fostering the safety of individuals, by providing and maintaining an effective search and rescue operation for assistance to anyone or anything in peril from the sea in the area of the Duddon estuary and Walney waters in Cumbria. We aim to work closely with the local community and welcome volunteers from all backgrounds. Since the inception of Duddon Inshore Rescue we have been involved in over 400 incidents on or around the treacherous waters of the Duddon estuary.
Dystonia Society Furness & South Lakes Group 1062595 Dystonia Society supports people with dystonia-a neurological condition which is life changing and often painful. They support research, patients and disseminate information to raise awareness and give advice. They operate across the UK and have supported many people in the Cumbria area.
Eden Valley Hospice 1008796 Eden Valley Hospice cares for adults from the Cumbria and South West Scotland area with life-limiting illnesses, especially cancer, but also other conditions such as motor neurone disease, muscular dystrophy, heart failure, chronic lung diseases, renal failure, multiple sclerosis and chronic neurological conditions. We strive to provide the highest standards of nursing and medical care, to sustain quality of life and dignity and to provide patients with relief from pain when they need it most.

To the families, friends and carers of our patients we extend the same loving support, help and counselling, as such illnesses affect whole families.

The Hospice operates as a 12 bedded adult in-patient unit as well as a day hospice. The Hospice helps its patients enjoy a better quality of life, often enabling them to do things which they thought had gone forever. It is a special place which is full of life, not just a place where people go to die: many benefit from day hospice care and others return home following a period as an in-patient or attend our out-patients clinics.

Adult in-patient services are available to individuals with complex problems associated with a life limiting illness. Our specialist services are delivered by a multi professional team including doctors, nurses, counsellors, social workers, chaplains and therapists. Planned admissions include short term relief for carers and end of life care is supportive and sensitive to the needs of the patient and their loved ones.

The Day Hospice offers supportive care to people with living with a life threatening or life limiting illness. The surroundings are very relaxed and comfortable offering a choice of activities that are centered on wellbeing, companionship and support.

We provide an Outpatient Clinic which runs three times a week. This is an introduction to the palliative care service, symptom control, an alternative to admission, psychological support and a link with the Oncology service.

The Family Support Team is here to help and support our patients, their families and their carers. They can help manage the future challenges and help people feel more resilient and able to face the future with courage. We also offer help with a range of activities, including memory boxes, boxes of hugs and kisses and writing about the future.

Spiritual Care is provided to give compassionate companionship to patients and families and to be a support in whatever way they may be asked.

Reiki Therapy is available to all Patients and Carers as a gentle therapy to aid relaxation, makes you feel at peace, reduce anxiety, relive stress and help boost the immune system. You start moving toward your unique physical, mental, and spiritual balance, and your body's own healing mechanisms begin to function more effectively.

By its very nature the care and support the Hospice provides is expensive. Raising the ongoing funds to sustain the service is a huge challenge given the geographic/catchment area of the Hospice and population from whom we have to draw funds.

The Hospice employs either full or part time around 120 staff. In addition to this the Hospice benefits from the help of around 440 active volunteers who are involved in every aspect of the hospices operation. We estimate that we save approximately £400,000 yearly by having volunteers supporting our staff based on full time equivalent roles, but this figure can’t represent the level of commitment, empathy and dedication that we are gifted by each volunteer for the thousands of hours that they offer us year on year.
Epilepsy Research UK 1100394 Epilepsy Research UK supports ground-breaking independent research into the causes, treatment and prevention of epilepsy to help transform the lives of the 1 in 103 people living with epilepsy in the UK today.
Epilepsy Society 206186 We are the leading national epilepsy medical charity working for everyone affected by epilepsy. We lead the world with our ground breaking medical research into causes and treatments for epilepsy.
Every Life Matters 1180815 Every Life Matters is a suicide prevention charity, working in Cumbria, for those in Cumbria. Suicide rates in Cumbria are 50% higher than the national average, and 3 boroughs in Cumbria are in the top 10 highest suicide rates in the country. We train people to recognise signs in those around them, we work in the community raising awareness and starting conversations, and support those who are bereaved by suicide. We believe suicide is preventable, and work to have a zero suicide rate in our county.
Fairoak Housing Association EW34477 Fairoak Housing provide high quality, safe, affordable, and suitably adapted housing for our tenants in Barrow, South Lakes, Northumberland and County Durham. for tenants who are vulnerable or have learning, mental health or physical disability and autism. Fairoak offer a range of living styles including supported living, shared houses, adult care homes and shared ownership. In addition to providing accommodation, we are also able to advise our tenants on how to obtain the support necessary to live independently. Each scheme is carefully managed to ensure that all tenants individual requirements are met, this also covers social inclusion and ensuring our tenants are not socially isolated. We provide activities, training, events and volunteer support to our tenants all of which is funded through fundraising and donations.
Family Action 264713 Family Action is the UK’s leading family charity, working with over 60,000 children and families every year. We tackle some of the most complex and difficult issues facing families today - including financial crisis, mental health problems and young carers.
Family and Friends of Sandgate School 1084131 Family and Friends raise vital funds for the pupils and students of Sandgate School, all of whom have Severe Learning Difficulties. These are funds which are able to provide above and beyond what the Local Authority provide in terms of equipment and experiences.
Family Fund 1053866 We are the UK's largest grant-making charity for families raising a disabled or seriously ill child, on a low income.

Family Fund believes that families raising disabled or seriously ill children and young people should have the same choices, quality of life, opportunities and aspirations as wider families. We try to make this happen every day by:

Giving grants to families on a low income for items they may not otherwise be able to afford. For example family breaks, digital equipment, white goods, clothing, bedding, furniture and play equipment.

Offering services to help parents and carers to achieve the outcomes they want for their child and family. This includes where to go for support with money, benefits and budget planning, information on mental health and wellbeing. And practical workshops to help people get online and use digital tools.

Providing ways for families to share their experiences, so they can influence lasting change on issues that matter to them.
FND Hope UK 1173607 FND Hope UK mission is to provide awareness, support affected individuals, and advance in to Functional Neurological Disorder [FND]. We aim to drive high quality standards for FND care while empowering patients to better health.
1) Raise awareness and understanding of FND through Social Media, Charitable Events, Medical Conferences and other educational materials.
2) Coordinate a voluntary FND patients register to assist Drs in the advancement of new and ongoing research in partnership with the Genetic Alliance.
3) Work with Medical and Allied health professionals to provide better understanding of FND, improve medical protocols and promote ethical standards.
Forever Friends Animal Rescue Cumbria We rescue and rehome animals all over Cumbria. We also rehabilitate those in need.
Forever Stars 1156990 We fundraise for the development of bereavement equipment and services for parents of stillborn babies and neonatal baby loss. This includes building bereavement suites within the NUH Trust
Friends of Burlington 1195931 Friends of Burlington take the traditional role of the PTA for Burlington Primary School and Nursery. We play an important role in the school children’s education by:

• raising money to provide educational extras for the children to make learning fun;
• bridging the link between school and home;
• and creating a social community that both parents and children can be a part of.
Friends of Castle Park 1004994 Friends of Castle Park is the parent / teacher organisation for Castle park School and raises money for resources and educational experiences.
Friends of Croftlands Infant & Nursery School We are a group of parents and school staff who raise money to pay for resources and equipment to enrich pupils' lives.
Friends of Croftlands Junior School 1197791 All our activities help advance the education of pupils at the school. We raise funds to help support additional activities such as school trips and supporting school initiatives such as science and author weeks. We put on events to bring parents, teachers, pupils and the community together to raise funds and enrich the pupils time in the school.
Friends of Low Furness 1196727 We are a group of teachers, parents and friends who support our local village school. We raise money to buy equipment and pay for extra activities for our children. We have bought outdoor and play equipment in recent years. We ensure the children have access to a rich curriculum by spending our money with advise from school staff and the children.
Friends of Namuwongo Community Foundation 1149786 Namuwongo Community Foundation (NCF) is a small Ugandan charity that operates in the slums of Kampala. It works with vulnerable children from the Namuwongo slum to give them an education, which they would otherwise not receive.

NCF runs a Primary School plus a sponsorship programme for secondary, vocational and higher education. It operates a feeding programme and seeks to empower widows and other underprivileged women by teaching them craft, micro-business skills and life skills.

It is directed by Christine Kasapuli – an inspirational young woman who grew up in the local slum community and was a beneficiary of this project when it was first established in 2000. She was sponsored through her education and now has graduated into the leadership role of this organisation. Christine is a great example of one of our NCF principles - “change a life, change lives.”

Friends of NCF is a small UK registered charity that provides the funding and support for the work of NCF in Uganda.
Friends of Pennington School 1198666 We are an independent small scale charity organisation operated entirely by volunteers. We aim to be an inclusive group here to enhance educational support of Pennington School children through fundraising, community events, and support.
Friends of Penny Bridge School 1203053 Hoping to be Charity registered this year. We are liked to Penny Bridge School to help raise vital funds to support the school with what they need
Furness 100 Photography Club Photography Club
Furness Abbey Fellowship N/A We are a heritage and educational small charity by constitution to support Furness Abbey. We raise funds and awareness for this very important historical building and raise awareness and education.
Furness First Aid Corps We provide free first aid course to the local community. We also provide first aid cover at local events, galas etc.
Furness Group Riding for the Disabled 1174566 We provide horse-riding opportunities to disabled children in the Furness area. We are based at Seaview Riding School on Walney Island, Barrow-in-Furness and offer riding to 18 children each Wednesday morning from 2 special schools and 4 mainstream schools during school term time (24 sessions per annum). We also offer riding to an additional 18 children on a Thursday evening when they come along with their parents/guardians, but because of the dark nights and cold weather we are only able to offer 18 sessions per annum. We also take 5 riders from either George Hastwell or Sandside Special Schools each year to the Clwyd Special Riding Centre in Northern Wales for a 5 day holiday.
Furness Homeless Support Group 1051415 Furness Homeless Support Group is a local charity which originally began as a Christmas Shelter in 1989. We soon realised that the need was prevalent all year round and have gradually grown through the years to incorporate the facilities we now have. Our project now comprises of a day centre, 9 units of short term supported accommodation, a 1 bed flat, a 2 bed house and a 3 bed house for those in need of continues support. Our day centre is open to anyone who wishes company or to partake in a low cost quality meal. We house individuals who have found themselves homeless who require support to enable them to ultimately move on to sustain their own tenancy. People come to us with multiple issues including mental health, learning difficulties, substance misuse. The support we provide includes areas such as budgeting, debt reduction, living skills, accessing health care, cooking and planning healthy meals on a budget, liaising with specialised agencies regarding alcohol/drug use, mental health services, debt, volunteering etc.
Furness Lions 1003484 Our Motto is "WE SERVE".
We help the elderly, youth organisations, disabled and support the local hospital and hospice. In general terms we help people who are less fortunate than ourselves.
Furness Mental Health Trust 1152986 Furness Mental Health Trust (FMHT) is unique in the Furness Area in being a Service User and Carer Led and Run Charitable Incorporated Organisation (CIO/ULO), registered with the Charity Commission and members of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO), Cumbria CVS, Cumbria Action for Health (A4H) and Cumbria Mental Health Provider Forum (CMHPF).

FMHT aims to promote emotional wellbeing, improve Mental Health, and reduce the impact of poverty in the Furness and South Lakes area, which includes some of the most impoverished wards in the North West of England, by providing the opportunity people and their families have to access support sessions and group personal development activities and services as described in our Objects, Aims and Activities.

Objects:
(1) The relief of sickness and the preservation of health among people with Mental Health problems and their families in particular but not exclusively by the promotion of Mental Health services in the Furness area of Cumbria.
(2) To advance the education of the general public in all areas relating to Mental Health problems.

Aims and Activities:
The promotion of Mental Health and related services within the Furness area of Cumbria in particular but not exclusively by:
(1) Supporting people with Mental Health problems overcome Social Exclusion, Poverty, Stigma and to build resilience and coping strategies etc.
(2) Providing access to Leisure and Social Activities.
(3) Providing access to/loan of Computer Equipment and provide Training in the use of such equipment.
(4) Providing help with/access to appropriate Housing.
Furness Motor Neurone Disease 294354 We are a fundraising and support group for people living with Motor Neurone Disease in the Furness area. We help to fund vital equipment, house adaptations ie wet shower rooms, improved access etc. Travel to specialist clinics, carer and young carer grants, funding for support meetings as part of the Cumbria Neurological Alliance etc. We aim to do all we can to help local people living with Motor Neurone Disease and their families to have a better quality of life.
Furness Multiple Sclerosis Society 1139257 The Multiple Sclerosis Society Furness Group offers completely free of charge therapies to all of it's members living in the Furness area. These therapies are; Physiotherapy, Hydrotherapy, Chiropody, Reflexology and Counselling. We have a 24 hour support line which is manned by volunteers and we run social outigs for those who are less able to get out and about.
Furness Police Cadets n/a Furness Police Cadets are a group of young people aged 13 to 18 drawn from the Furness area. The cadet unit has 25% vulnerability, and reflects the diversity of it's community offering equal opportunity for local children to be involved in improving their communities and developing themselves.
Our core principles are:
•Promote a practical understanding of policing amongst all young people
•Encourage the spirit of adventure and good citizenship
•Support local policing priorities through volunteering and give young people a chance to be heard
•Inspire young people to participate positively in their communities
•Cadets volunteer 3 hours a month – assisting in community and crime prevention measures.

Furness Prostate Cancer Support Group N/A We are a group of men, along with our families, living with prostate cancer, and those interested in improving the care and support of those affected by cancer.
We are an established Prostate Cancer Support Group (since 2007) based in the Barrow–in–Furness area.
We meet the second Monday of each month from 1pm to 3pm at Hawcoat Park Sports Club (Vickers Sports Club), Hawcoat Lane, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, LA14 4HF
Furness Refugee Support A small charity which supports refugees who have resettled in to our communities in Furness.
We provide volunteers to befriend families, support community integration, learn English, attend appointments, create a home etc.
Furness Stroke Support Group Support group for people who have suffered strokes.
Girlguiding Cumbria South 524504 We build girls’ confidence and raise their aspirations. We give them the chance to discover their full potential and encourage them to be a powerful force for good. We give them a space to have fun and make new friends.
We offer a safe, welcoming girl-only space for girls and young women to try new things, help other people and discover their passions and talents. All while having fun with a ready-made group of friends!
We're dedicated to girls leading the way – they choose the activities, challenges and events that inspire them, and our volunteers support them to make it happen. Because girls shape and lead everything we do, we know that we're offering the best opportunities and experiences for girls today.
Grace House 1100682 Grace House offers specialist short break care to children and young people aged 5-18 living in the North East, who have a complex physical disability, health needs or life limiting condition. Children and young people come and stay with us for planned, regular mini-breaks, enabling them to have fun and spend time with their friends, in a home from home environment that can meet all their needs. The children have the time of their lives while their parents or carers have a break from caring. We offer regular activities including cooking sessions, trips out, gardening and sensory play.

We also support parents and carers through our One Place, Your Space project. We offer counselling services both for parents and children with disabilities and we will soon be introducing a sibling counselling service as well. Parents can access one hour of holistic therapy a month, reiki, massage or aromatherapy allowing them to relax and have some time for them probably for the only time in the month. There are also regular peer to peer groups available for support.
GREAT NORTH AIR AMBULANCE SERVICE 1092204 We fly three air ambulance helicopters across the North-East, North Yorkshire and Cumbria. We bring pioneering pre-hospital care to the scene, rescuing hundreds of severely injured or ill patients every year.
Growing Well 1182018 Growing Well is a farm-based mental health charity near Kendal. We provide a safe, supportive working environment to nurture mental health recovery and welcome anyone experiencing depression, anxiety or more complex mental health issues. We are funded through charitable donations and sale of our organic produce.
Haverigg Inshore Rescue Team 504409 AN INDEPENDENT CHARITY PROVIDING A VITAL YEAR ROUND LIFESAVING SERVICE, RESCUING THOSE IN NEED AROUND THE DUDDON COASTLINE.
The organisation is manned entirely by volunteers from the local communities of Haverigg, Millom and the surrounding area working closely with the local Coastguard. To date H.I.R.T. volunteers have been called out over 300 times and assisted over 200 people in difficulty at sea.
Haverigg Nursery and the Clubbers 1102834 Haverigg Nursery provides care for children aged from 0 to 11 years old.
Hawcoat Park Cricket Cricket team playing in the Cumbria cricket league
Hawcoat Park Junior Football We are the Junior Football Section at Hawcoat Park Sports Club with a mixture of girls and boys teams ranging across all age groups from U7s to U16s
Hawcoat Park Ltd CH10556 Hawcoat Park Sports Club (still known to many locals as Vickers Sports Club) is a truly unique facility in Barrow in Furness. The club comprises 15 acres of playing fields and caters for a variety of sports at both Junior and Senior levels. Sports played at Hawcoat Park include Archery, Bowls, Cricket, Football, Rifle and Pistol shooting, Rugby League, Rugby Union, and Table Tennis.
Hawcoat Park Youth Rugby We are the youth section of Hawcoat Park RUFC running teams for 10 - 16 year olds.
Head Up Charity 1195443 Head Up, is an Armed Forces not for profit Mental Health Charity. Our mission is to stem the increasing number of suicides within the Armed Forces community. We encourage and teach both Armed Forces personnel and Veterans how to live more prosperous lives. Through multiple positive mindset methods. Which include, but are not inclusive to; Nutrition, Physical Activity, Sleep, Meditation/Breath Work, Eco Therapy, Animal Therapy, Cold Water Therapy, Understanding Hormones, Emotional Intelligence, Anger Management and much more.

We conduct One-on-One Help, Wellness Presentations, Wellness Fairs, Wellness Days, and Mini Retreats. We are also in the process of developing a Head Up Retreat in the Midlands.

In 2023, we were able to help over 3,000 Armed Forces personnel and Veterans.

All the support we give is 100% free to our beneficiaries'.
Headway South Cumbria EW27552 We are a branch of Headway covering South Cumbria. We are working to improve life after brain injury by providing information, support, events, activities and opportunities locally.

Our aim is to work together with people affected by an acquired brain injury so they can move forward and make progress.

We currently support over 80 people who live between Barrow and Shap. Many are unable to drive because of their injuries, and few currently are able to return to work.
As a small group we seek help and support from the community.

Thank you for your help
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People 293358 Hearing Dogs for Deaf People has been through an incredible journey to get where we are today. In a nutshell, we train dogs to alert deaf people to sounds they would otherwise miss – simple sounds that many people take for granted like the doorbell, alarm clock and even danger signals like the fire alarm. Being aware of these – thanks to a hearing dog – makes a real difference to deaf people’s lives. Deafness can be a very isolating disability. A hearing dog can give a deaf person a newfound sense of independence and confidence now they have a loyal companion and a true friend by their side.
Help for Heroes 1120920 Help for Heroes supports members of the Armed Forces community to live well after service.
Hindpool Tigers ARLFC N/A Ware are a rugby league club in Barrow in Furness providing sport and recreation predominantly to the people of Hindpool and central Barrow. We do not charge our members subs as we believe everybody should have the opportunity to take part in team sports in a safe and structured environment. At present we run mixed teams for boys and girls aged 4-10 and girls and boys only teams from 11-14. We also have a 2 senior mens teams, a ladies touch team, a masters team for men aged 35+ and a ladies rounders team.
We have also partnered up with the step up and play initiative which provides free sport provision for primary school children in central Barrow
Hospice at Home Carlisle and North Lakeland 1095708 Hospice at Home Carlisle and North Lakeland provides high quality care and support for adults who have palliative and end of life care needs, support is also there for their families and carers.
The service employs registered nurses, health care assistants, assistant practitioners and other health care professionals, and also works with volunteers throughout the clinical services area. Services include: day and night nursing; respite care; lymphoedema service, occupational therapy, complementary therapy and family & bereavement support.
All services to patients and their families are completely free of charge; however in order to keep the services running the charity needs to raise £1,718,901.48 every year to make sure we can be there for those families and patients when they need us most.
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Hospice at Home services work together and with other health, social care and voluntary organisations to ensure continuity of care. All services provided by Hospice at Home are confidential and consent is obtained prior to sharing of any information.
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Hospice at Home is a registered charity which is regulated by both the Charity Commission and the Care Quality Commission. There is no charge for any service provided by Hospice at Home.
Hospice at Home West Cumbria 1086837 We deliver high quality palliative and end of life care in West Cumbria, by providing services traditionally found in a hospice building to people in their own homes and local communities. We also provide Family and Bereavement Support, and specialist lymphoedema treatments in West Cumbria.
Huntingtons Disease Association 296453 The Huntington’s Disease Association (HDA) is the only organisation providing a dedicated service of advice, guidance and support for people in England and Wales who are devastated by Huntington’s disease.

We run a regional Specialist HD Advisory service to support those directly affected by the disease, and their families and carers, delivered by our HD experts and tailored to the individual needs of the families we work with.

There are approximately 6,000 people suffering from Huntington’s in the UK. For every person diagnosed another four people are at risk. That’s 24,000 people whose lives will, at some point, be turned upside down by the anguish of waiting for a diagnosis, or taking their chances without.

Supporting individuals and families is our core focus. Our 23 Specialist HD Advisers are currently working with a total of 13,639 people affected by HD across England and Wales. Many of these are HD patients, but they also help those at risk, and their families and carers, who shoulder the heavy burden of caring for their loved ones.
Invest in ME Research 1153730 Invest in ME Research (IiMER) was set up with the objectives of making a change in how ME is perceived and treated in the media, by health departments and by healthcare professionals. We aim to do this by identifying the three key areas to concentrate our efforts on - funding for biomedical research, education and lobbying. Invest in ME Research aims to collaborate and coordinate events and activities in these areas in order to provide the focus and funding to allow biomedical research to be carried out.

Invest in ME Research want to establish a national strategy of biomedical research into ME and establish a UK and European Centre of Excellence for biomedical research into ME. Please help make ME an illness which is properly understood and where adequate funding is provided for biomedical research into ME allowing treatments and cures to be found.
Islanders Islander dance troupe is a matching dance troupe that travels all over the north west to compete they have all children ranging from babies to adult and rely on donations to go on competitions
John Ruskin School Community school
Jon Egging Trust 1156265 Who: We support vulnerable and under-confident young people who are struggling to engage at school. We work with our students for up to three years, supporting them to build aspiration and self-belief, and to reengage with learning and maximise their potential.

How: Our long-term Blue Skies programmes support students to build vital social and emotional learning skills (SEL) including teamwork, leadership and communication, in order that they reengage with education and strive for positive futures.

Where: The Jon Egging Trust focuses on students facing adversity and living below the poverty line, and currently operates in partnership with schools across 12 counties of England and Wales.

What: Our in-house youth team supports students to develop confidence, self-worth and vital employability skills. We also harness the power of world-class STEM environments and the professional role models within them to allow students to broaden their horizons and build positive career aspirations.

Why: Potential is everywhere, but opportunity is not. We strenuously believe that young people’s futures should never be limited by postcode or adverse childhood experience.

About Jon Egging: Flt Lt Jon Egging was a Red Arrows pilot who tragically lost his life in a flying accident following the Bournemouth Air Festical in 2011. The Jon Egging Trust realises Jon's dream of inspiring young people through his love of aviation, STEM, teamwork and leadership, helping them to overcome adversity, identify their strengths and work towards their dreams.
Jos Appeal 1165020 Jo's Appeal was set up in memory of my wife, former Evening Mail journalist Jo Davies, who died last August, aged 38, five-and-a-half years after being diagnosed with ovarian cancer.
K2B pool of local charities Charity Number
Kendal Mountain Search and Rescue Team 259539 Kendal Mountain Search and Rescue Team was formed in 1950 s. The purpose of the team is to search and rescue people and animals who are inaccessible to our ambulance services because of geography.
Keswick Mountain Rescue Team 1165345 We have been rescuing people in difficulties on the fells around Keswick since 1947, averaging about two rescues a week in recent years. All our members are volunteers and number between 45 and 50. We are all on call 24 hours a day, every day of the year. We are entirely reliant on charitable support, with no government funding.
Kings Head Bowling Club Kings Head Bowling Club is based behind the Kings Head Pub Ulverston. We are a crown green bowling club. The green is open to members whilst the Pub is open and we have a team in the Ulverston and district bowling league.
Lake District Calvert Trust 270923 Our mission is to enable people with disabilities to achieve their potential through the challenge of adventurous activities in the countryside in order for them to develop, change perceptions and make positive and lasting changes to their lives.
The Trust has been delivering outdoor activity programmes for people with disabilities for almost 40 years. The centre provides a life-enhancing service to people affected by disability: be it sensory, learning or physical , we help break down barriers and enrich as many lives as we can. Our provision is all-inclusive; we offer residential stays for individuals, family groups, specialist schools, supported living homes, accessible sports clubs and charity groups.
Lake District Search and Mountain Rescue Association 506349 The Lake District Search and Mountain Rescue Association is the umbrella body for mountain rescue teams in Cumbria (UK).

Covers the Lake District and Cumbria
12 member teams
A registered charity solely funded by voluntary contributions
Teams are largely autonomous, but LDSAMRA coordinates the development of operational matters such as radio communications and insurance, as well as the day to day running of an efficient, voluntary rescue service. It also distributes to the teams any donations or legacies received and makes special allowances for major projects such as building extensions.
Langdale Valley Association WE PROMOTE THE COMMUNITY SPIRIT WITHIN THE VALLEY AND SUPPORT INITIATIVES TO ENHANCE THE AREA
Levens Valley AC running club We are a group of parents and running enthusiasts training together for track, fell and cross country. We encourage our members of all ages (8-60+) to work hard together to stay fit, healthy and competitive. Our kids are shown how to improve their skills and contribute to the community. We train in Barrow (track), Ulverston (fell) and Haverthwaite (xcountry) to maximise community accesss and reach. We support each other in races and events whatever the level and actively seek to share the positive benefits of running for everyone's physical and mental we'll being.
Lindal & Marton Primary School We are a small community primary school situated between between Lindal Village and Marton Village.
Lindal Brownies 306016 Lindal Brownies is part of girlguiding. Girlguiding is the UK's Leading Charity for Girls & Young Women. We meet on a weekly basis in term time and at the moment have 25 girls aged 7-10. We give them the opportunity to try new things like she might grow her first plant, cook her first cake, put up (and take down) her first tent, light her first fire, go on her first fun-packed weekend away with guiding friends. With a helpful hand from our encouraging volunteers, she’ll explore her creative side, get out into the great outdoors, and start learning to look after herself, others and the world we live in. There’s something for every girl at Brownies, and plenty of moments she’ll never forget.
Lindal Moor Cricket Club 06282 We provide opportunities to play cricket for men, women, boys and girls in Lindal and Low Furness
Lindale pre-school playgroup 1026222 Lindale Pre-School cares for children from 2 - 4 years 11 months we serve a rural area and follow the EYFS guidance for 0 - 5 year olds we are open Monday - Friday 8.45 - 12.45 term time only
Lookin GOOD and feelin GREAT set up in 2015 we are a local cancer support and fundraising group . we accept nominations from local families suffering from cancer and donate up to £200 per family
( a maximum of 3 per month). This can be used for a family treat , helping to cover day to day bills or to make memories .
all the ladies who run the group either have cancer or have had cancer previously.
Love Barrow Families CIC CIC number- 10606596 Love Barrow Families CIC is an innovative, dynamic and forward thinking family -led organisation, working with complex, vulnerable and marginalised families from the most deprived wards in Barrow in Furness to improve their life outcomes. Uniquely, we facilitate the whole family to regain their physical and emotional well-being after the isolation, trauma and hardship of their lived experiences.
Lowick Community Hall 1119022 Provide affordable bookings for classes, meetings and events. Main base at Lowick bridge for K2B on day of walk.
Lowick Green Management Group 1161934 A Charitable Incorporated Organisation (C.I.O.)set up in 2012 to restore and protect the future of Lowick Green. A precious, environmentally sensitive village green providing an educational and environmental village resource for the local community and visitors to the Lake District National Park.
Macmillan Cancer Support 261017 Right there with you - we're here to help everyone with cancer live life as fully as they can, providing physical, financial and emotional support. We understand that cancer and cancer treatment can throw a lot your way. It can affect your body, your money and your relationships. We provide information to help you make your best decision about treatment, and guidance about dealing with its effects. Our advisers help with money and work matters, and with benefits and grants. We’re there for you at diagnosis and beyond, providing reassurance for you, your friends and your family.
March 2019 sees the opening of our Cancer Information Service at Furness General Hospital.
www.macmillan.org.uk
Manna House (Cumbria) 1147785 Manna House provides a range of services for those who are homeless, vulnerably housed, lonely or needing help. Our services include housing, benefits and debt advice, an advocacy service, a drop-in support centre and a 'skills cafe' offering many short easily accessed courses.
Maryport Rescue 1113807 Maryport Rescue was formed in1978 following the tragic loss of 3 local men who went fishing in the Solway Firth on a small boat and never returned .over the years we have grown and developed into the service we have today ,we offer a 24/7 emergency lifeboat service ,swift water flood rescue and Search and rescue team available when called by HM Coastguard ,Cumbria Constabulary ,Cumbria Fire and Rescue .
Mayfield School Development Fund 505938
Meningitis Now 803016 Meningitis Now is the first meningitis patient group in the world, founders of the meningitis movement and the only charity dedicated to fighting meningitis in the UK. Over our 30 year history, we have invested over £12m in early stage research that has played a critical part in the introduction of five life-saving vaccines.

Meningitis Now has a vision where no one in the UK loses their life to meningitis and everyone affected gets the support they need to rebuild their lives. We do this by funding research into prevention in the form of vaccines as we believe it is the most effective way to save lives. We offer a range of services from a dedicated helpline, to counselling and complementary therapies, to events so that families can get together and share their experiences. We believe that nobody should have to face meningitis on their own.

As a charity which receives no government funding, we rely on the generosity of the public to fund our vital work.


Meningitis Research Foundation 1091105
Mental Health UK 1170815 In a rapidly changing world, Mental Health UK brings together the heritage and experience of four charities from across the country who’ve been supporting people with their mental health for over 50 years.

Working UK-wide, we deliver both national and local services that enable and empower people to understand and manage their mental health in a person-centred and empathetic way.

With our local service delivery and national expertise in supporting people whose lives are affected by mental health problems, we have been able to mark a significant footprint in the areas that deeply challenge our mental health and stability.

We provide support and services for some of the biggest societal challenges that pose a threat to people’s mental health, including money problems, navigating through the system to get the right support, understanding mental health, loneliness and isolation, and resilience in young people.

We challenge the causes of poor mental health and provide people with the tools they need to live their best possible life at home, school and work.
Military vs Cancer 1199115 Military vs Cancer aims to provide relief to persons in need, by reason of ill-health due to the effects of cancer throughout the British Isles, by advancing any lawful charitable purpose at the discretion of the trustees and in particular but not exclusively to make grants to organisations who deliver diagnosis, treatment, care, research, education and emotional support to patients and families during the ongoing stages of their cancer journey to provide or make available facilities and services for cancer patients, their families and formally appointed carers;
and any other projects or initiatives which the Trustees may decide
Mill Lane PCA 1108187 We are a Parent Carer Association offering support and advice to other parent carers and financial support to Mill Lane Day Opportunities for over 30 years which is a day service offering a variety of opportunities to adults with moderate to profound learning disabilities. Our financial support has enabled the development of outside activity areas, a soft play area and a sensory room. We also provide support in areas such as funding actors and musicians to perform within the building to allow those with more profound needs to access entertainment within an accessible environment. We aim to offer to provide help, support and advice to parents, carers and adults with learning disabilities within the Furness and wider area.
Millom Bike Group We are a group of motorcycling enthusiasts who meet up once a month to talk bikes and raise money for the Air Ambulance (of whoch marshalling at the K2B is one of our fundraising activities)
Millom Junior Football Club CH11608 Millom Junior Football Club is a non-profit organisation, which was formed in 2015 to provide the children of the local area the opportunity to play football.

The club currently has teams in all age groups ranging from under 7 to under 16 level, which play in the Barrow & District Junior Football League. All teams are sponsored by different businesses in the local area, which provide the funding to purchase match day kits for all our teams.

All of the teams are coached by volunteers in the local community. The majority of these coaches are qualified to at least Level 1, with the remaining working towards achieving this qualification. All of the coaches are CRB checked to ensure they are cleared to work with children.

Current running costs are covered by donations paid by Parents and fundraising events.
Millom Parents and Carers Disability Group 1166916 MPCDG puts on activities for children with disabilities, in and around the Millom area. K2B and C2B donations will go towards; swimming, horse riding, fencing, canoeing, ghyll scrambling, bush craft, trampolineing, Minecraft Club, minibus exertions and many more activities. Thank you
Millom Striders CH11748 Millom Striders is a running club set up to encourage people to start running but also to improve their running. Millom Striders are the driving force behind an initiative to create a community track which will be accessible to all and will enable the community to run or cycle in safety.
Milly’s Smiles 1198503 Milly’s Smiles support families across the North of England whose children has been newly diagnosed with a cancer related illness and admitted into a Primary Treatment Centre (Royal Manchester, Alder Hey and Leeds Children’s Hospitals). The support is in the form of a Milly Bag which contains both essential and non essential items to help with an unplanned and unexpected hospital stay. Our Milly Bag is so much more than a bag, it tells parents facing a very frightening and bewildering time that someone understands their fear and they are not alone, it is like a hug in a bag.
Mind in Furness 1143600 Our vision is to work proactively and in partnership with statutory and other organisations and individuals:

to promote mental health and to improve the quality of life for people suffering from, or with the potential to suffer from, mental distress by providing and encouraging user-led activities and services and
to increase awareness of those issues through education and a strong, positive presence in the local community.
Motor Neurone Disease Association 294354 The Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Association is dedicated to supporting people affected by MND in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, improving care, promoting research and campaigning to raise awareness.
MS Research 1043280
Myeloma UK SC026116 Myeloma UK is the only organisation in the UK dealing exclusively with myeloma. We are helping myeloma patients live longer and with a better quality of life.

How? By accelerating the discovery, development and access to new treatments, while helping patients and their families cope with everything a diagnosis of myeloma brings.
Newbarns Primary School Newbarns Primary and Nursery School is committed to providing the best in resources for the children. Additional funding is spent subsidising trips out of school, visiting artists, authors and theatre groups, as well as extra play equipment for all children to enjoy.
Nith Inshore Rescue SC022223 Nith Inshore Rescue began in the winter of 1981/82. A man was trapped alone on a sandbank in the River Nith just to the south of Glencaple. The tide was rising fast around him and local people could only watch in horror as a tragedy unfolded before their eyes. They looked on helplessly as the man shouted for help, but inevitably the rising water overcame him and the Nith claimed yet another life.

That year, local people took matters into their own hands and decided the Glencaple area needed its own rescue boat, to be based in the village. And so Nith Inshore Rescue was born. A massive fundraising effort swung into action, with private individuals and local businesses donating generously..

Since then, Nith Inshore Rescue has grown tremendously and is a vital part of the emergency services for Dumfries and Galloway and also northern Cumbria. Our operational area and the nature of our callouts has changed so much that a major extension to our boathouse was required for which work started in 2016.
North Cumbria Rescue and Response Team 1182703 NCRRT is a Search & Rescue team based in Carlisle, providing a Swiftwater and Flood rescue asset to Carlisle and the North Cumbria region, as well as providing specialist support to Cumbria Police during missing persons cases.
North West Air Ambulance Charity 1075641 A huge thank you for choosing to raise money for your North West Air Ambulance Charity.

In a split second unexpected things can happen that will change your life forever. It is in these moments that our crew of pilots and HEMS paramedics and doctors will be at the right place at the right time delivering vital pre-hospital care to the patient, reducing the risk of long term injury and saving lives.

Just as many critically injured patients would not survive without the service, your North West Air Ambulance Charity would not be here without you.

Our lifesaving service is funded by the generosity of people like you through donations, fundraising activity, lottery membership and through our network of retail outlets.

As a charity we need to raise more than £8 million each year to stay operational.
• £9 could fund one minute of a North West Air Ambulance mission.
• £250 could supply a primary response bag that carries the drugs and medical equipment our medical team needs to treat patients in major trauma incidents.
• £2000 could fund a year's supply of foil medical blankets, designed to retain body heat for patients in shock.
• £13,500 could fuel one of our aircraft for a month.

Welcome to Team NWAA, together we can make a lifesaving difference to people across the North West.
North West Air Ambulance Charity 1075641 A huge thank you for choosing to raise money for your North West Air Ambulance Charity.

In a split second unexpected things can happen that will change your life forever. It is in these moments that our crew of pilots and HEMS paramedics and doctors will be at the right place at the right time delivering vital pre-hospital care to the patient, reducing the risk of long term injury and saving lives.

Just as many critically injured patients would not survive without the service, your North West Air Ambulance Charity would not be here without you.

Our lifesaving service is funded by the generosity of people like you through donations, fundraising activity, lottery membership and through our network of retail outlets.

As a charity we need to raise more than £8 million each year to stay operational.
• £9 could fund one minute of a North West Air Ambulance mission.
• £250 could supply a primary response bag that carries the drugs and medical equipment our medical team needs to treat patients in major trauma incidents.
• £2000 could fund a year's supply of foil medical blankets, designed to retain body heat for patients in shock.
• £13,500 could fuel one of our aircraft for a month.

Welcome to Team NWAA, together we can make a lifesaving difference to people across the North West.
North West Blood Bikes Lancs & Lakes 1147282 We transport by motorcycle, urgently required items (Blood, Platelets, samples, Doctors notes, donor breast milk, etc., between NHS hospitals throughout Lancashire and the Lake District. We operate out of normal working hours, during the week and all weekends and Bank Holidays totally free of charge, saving the hospitals thousands of pounds. Started in 2012 we completed 812 call-outs in the first year, we have now gone through 31,000 call-outs.
North West Cancer Research 519357 As the only independent charity dedicated to tackling cancer across the North West and North Wales, our goal is simple: to put our region’s cancer needs first.

Since 2000, we have funded more than £40 million of world-class research, addressing cancer inequalities and championing our local research community to pave the way for a cancer-free future.

From life-saving research to leading ground-breaking projects that unveil better and kinder treatments, we strive to tackle the cause, improve the care and, importantly, find the cure.
Oak Tree Animals' Charity 1169511 Working for our community; caring for animals; making a difference.
Oak Tree has been helping animals for over 110 years. We are passionate about animal welfare and believe that every animal matters. With our supporters help, in 2020 we were able to help over 2000 animals in our region through our community and rehoming programmes.
Outdoor Mobility 1172739 Outdoor Mobility aims to make amazing places accessible to all. We exist to break down the barriers that prevent people with limited mobility enjoying our fells, lakes and forests with ease.

We are building a network of outdoor mobility scooters across the Lake District and beyond, to give people with limited mobility the opportunity to enjoy the physical and mental wellbeing benefits of the countryside.

People with mobility difficulties are often left behind on outdoor adventures – staying at home, in cafes, or in the car. Our Tramper scheme allows them to enjoy the outdoors independently, with family and friends.
OutdoorLads 1133121 OutdoorLads runs a range of sociable outdoor activities for gay, bi men and trans guys right across the UK and further afield - activity based things like hiking, climbing, camping, biking, canoeing, scrambling, running and sailing. as well as purely social events.

We have three dedicated members of staff running our office, but it's important to recognise that everything else we do is done by one of our many, amazing volunteers.

Friendly and welcoming:
Our events are friendly and typically people get stuck in to make sure we all have a good time. The event leader will know who is on their first event and will make a special effort to make you feel welcome.

Experienced, or novice, it doesn't matter:
Whether you already have outdoors experience or want to try something new, whether you want to get fitter or just want to 'get out more', sign up for your first OutdoorLads event.

You’ll have a great time with friendly guys who all have a shared love of the outdoors.
Owl Blue 1191314 Owl Blue are a award winning neurodiversity charity based in Maryport.
-We offer 1-2-1 advice for families and individuals.
-We work with numerous companies and organisations supporting neurodiversity in the workplaces.
-Offer advice & support to Schools, Colleges & Universities.
- Hold numerous workshops & seminars.
-Have a ARFID support network
- Run a Psychotherapy & Counselling service
-Hold regular play therapy sessions.
PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide 1070896 PAPYRUS Prevention of Young Suicide is the UK charity dedicated to the prevention of suicide and the promotion of positive mental health and emotional wellbeing in young people. PAPYRUS exists to reduce the number of young people who take their own lives, by shattering the stigma surrounding suicide and equipping young people and their communities with the skills to recognise and respond to emotional distress.

We do this in three ways: supporting those who are experiencing thoughts of suicide, equipping communities through suicide prevention training and awareness raising, and influencing government policy on a local and national scale.

At HOPELINE247 – PAPYRUS’s dedicated suicide prevention helpline – our trained advisers work on a safety plan with young people aged 35 and under who are experiencing thoughts of suicide, to help keep them safe for now.
Parent Voice of Dalton St Mary’s C of E Primary School 1196862 Our Parent Voice is a group of parents and staff who regularly meet to discuss issues important to parents.
The group also plan and support events to raise funds for our school which allow staff to plan opportunities for all children that require funding beyond the remit of our school budget.
Our fundraising at present is centred on our outside space and playgrounds to improve the provisions we offer to the children during playtime, lunchtime and after school clubs.
Parkinsons Furness Support Group 258197 We are support group who try to help people with Parkinson. We hold monthly meeting and we as having a therapy clinic at the medical centre in Ulverston once a month. We are trying to encourage more people with Parkinson to come along to our meetings.
Parkinsons UK 258197 We're the Parkinson's charity that drives better care, treatments and quality of life. Together we can bring forward the day when no one fears Parkinson's
PASIC - Cancer support for children and young people 1163662 PASIC provides practical, financial, social and emotional support to around 400 families who have a child diagnosed with cancer in the East Midlands. We fund support workers on the hospital wards, offer a range of free trips and activities, give emergency grants to struggling families, and provide support with making happy memories when a child isn't going to recover. Our vision is that no family in the East Midlands faces childhood cancer alone.
PCD Support UK 1049931 The PCD Family Support Group was formed in 1991 to:
Provide support to patients and their carers who have, or are suspected of having, Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia (PCD) - a rare genetic lung disease
Bring PCD to the attention of medics who may come across PCD and continue to provide an up to date information service for them and the general public
To promote research to aid diagnosis and treatment of patients with PCD
Support the NHS and other bodies to ensure patients have access to diagnostic services and on-going care
Fundraise to support the above activities

We are a registered charity which is run by a committee of volunteer trustees. We are also supported by the PCD Medical Board which is a group of clinicians with an interest in PCD. This group is chaired on a rotational basis by Professor Andy Bush, Professor Chris O’Callaghan , Professor Claire Hogg and Professor Jane Lucas.
Pennington Nursery 1028638 Pennington Nursery has been providing nursery care in the Swarthmoor/Pennington/Ulverston area since 1993, mainly for children under statutory school age. It started off, many years before this as a parent and toddlers group in Pennington Reading Rooms. Over the years, due to increasing need and demand, we became a registered Charity, developed a board of Trustees and also became the provider of breakfast and after school clubs for Pennington Infants and Junior School. On average each week, we look after 20 – 2 year olds, 30 pre-school children and 50 children attending Afterschool and Breakfast Club, different children on different days. We are a vibrant and busy Nursery with great staff and a happy, caring atmosphere for local children and their families.
People First 1184112 People First Independent Advocacy (PFIA) is a trusted and independent, customer-led organisation that has worked in Cumbria for over 30 years. With offices based in Carlisle, Leyland and Barrow, and staff based across West Cumbria, we have a deep understanding of the region, our communities, and their unique challenges.

Founded as a self-advocacy organisation in 1990, we believe in, and actively seek to create a society where each and every individual is treated equally, fairly, and where their rights, choices and beliefs are respected. We call this supporting people to ‘live their Best life’, and we help people achieve this by:

• speaking out fearlessly, for those who cannot speak out for themselves
• standing shoulder to shoulder with people as they work through their most challenging times
• challenging services to improve based on people’s real experiences
• building people’s skills so that they can lead healthier and fulfilled lives
• connecting people to communities, so that they feel included
We deliver a wide range of commissioned services and funded projects that are underpinned by the above principles and are all designed to ensure that people’s voices are heard in the decision-making processes which impact them and their care; and our community-based office locations across Cumbria & North Lancashire ensure our services provide wide reaching support to the vulnerable, disempowered, socially isolated, excluded and devalued communities.

Embedded within all our projects and services are the core approaches and aims of advocacy that have been pillars of our work and services since our formation and will continue to be so.

Advocacy involves a partnership between an advocate and an individual who may be feeling vulnerable, isolated or disempowered. Our staff, as advocates, provide support, information and representation with the aim of empowering and enabling them to express their needs and choices.

Our independence is vital to us. We follow the Advocacy Charter which ensures that we maintain our independence, at all times. Our Board of Trustees is made up of industry experts and people who currently use or have previously used our services.
For over 30 years we have supported vulnerable Cumbrian’s to have their views heard and we have grown to meet the community’s evolving needs whilst remaining true to our values and mission.
Pitt Hopkins UK 1167153 WHAT IS PTHS ?
Pitt Hopkins Syndrome (PTHS) is a rare genetic syndrome caused by mutations in or deletions of the tcf4 gene.

The symptoms of PTHS become more apparent in childhood and can include characteristic facial features (wide mouth, widely spaced teeth and cupid bow top and full bottom lips), learning difficulties, seizures, episodes of unusual breathing patterns and chronic constipation.
Project Linus UK. (Barrow & South Lakeland) CIC 08422226 Project Linus UK is a national community interest company, No 08422226, that donates quilts to children who are in need. From newborn to 19 years old we provide a hug in a quilt to those children who are ill, handicapped, distressed or otherwise in need of comfort. All quilts donated to the children become their property to keep. Local Area coordinators collect, then distribute the quilts that are handmade by local volunteers using their own materials.
Pseudomyxomasurvivor 1143642 Pseudomyxoma Survivor is a small charity with a big heart. Supporting those affected by the rare cancer pseudomyxoma peritonei (or PMP), appendix cancers and other rare peritoneal malignancies, we provide emotional and practical support. This is through our online support community, our buddy programme, grant scheme and through supporting research.
PSP Association 1037087 PSPA supports those living with PSP and CBD, two degenerative brain diseases that affects between 3,000 - possibly 10,000 poeple in the UK. We strive to create much-needed awareness plus raise sufficient funds to support the work we carry out such as research into treatments and possibly a cure, funding local support groups, and funding our helpline that offers emotional and practical support to those living with PSP and CBD and their families.
Radio Lonsdale 503549 Radio Lonsdale is a charity organisation that has been broadcasting radio shows to patients and staff of hospitals in the Furness area for over 50 years.
REACT Disaster Response 1163214 REACT is an emergency and crisis response charity, operating in the UK and overseas. We repurpose the skills and experience of military veterans, 'blue-light veterans and awesome civilians and turn them into exceptional humanitarians.
Read Easy Morecambe Bay 1151288 Tell us what you do. Do NOT use this box to make funding requests.
We provide free one-to-one confidential coaching to adults who cannot read by local volunteers in their community who are trained by Read Easy UK. The Read Easy programme is a complete course taking students up to Entry Level 3 which enables them to join the 'Skills for Life' classes offered by local education authorities as well as to read to their children (or grandchildren).
REGAIN - THE TRUST FOR SPORTS TETRAPLEGICS 1030693 To improve the quality of life for individuals who have suffered a spinal injury whilst taking part in a sport, leisure or recreational activity, that resulted in that person becoming tetraplegic.
Rise Women In Broadcast Our goal is to achieve a diverse and gender balanced workforce across the broadcast media and entertainment technology sector, specifically within the areas of engineering, technical operations, sales, marketing and business.

We open up opportunities for women by:
Delivering our award-winning annual mentoring programme in the UK, Europe, North America and across the APAC and ANZ regions;
Celebrating the skills and achievements of brilliant women across the industry through our annual Rise Awards;
Providing free membership (to all genders) with access to regular networking events, seminars, workshops and conferences;
Inspiring, educating, informing the next generation of talent through our Rise Up Academy programme. Those who benefit from joining Rise will be working in non-craft roles for broadcast manufacturers, service providers and broadcasters.
Ronald McDonald House Charities 802047 At Ronald McDonald House Charities we provide free ‘home away from home’ accommodation at specialist children's hospitals across the UK, enabling families to stay close to their child and maintain a degree of normal family life. We support families while their child receives care and treatment in a specialist children's hospital by giving them a warm and welcoming place to rest their heads, just a moment away from their child. For the past 30 years we have helped tens of thousands of families during some of the toughest periods in their lives.

When a child is in hospital their family can often be faced with having to travel long distances each day and either pay for costly hotel rooms or sleep on a chair at their bedside. Our Houses provide our families with a comfortable place to stay that's close to their child, giving them more time and energy to focus on being together.

There are currently 12 Ronald McDonald Houses across the UK, all just moments away from their respective children's wards, with plans for further developments well under-way. Our dedicated teams of staff and volunteers welcome families to stay for days, weeks and even years, and help them to feel as at home as possible.

As an independent charity, we rely on the support and generosity of our volunteers, fundraisers and donors, and thanks to their tireless efforts the Houses are able to help over 8,000 families each year. It is our mission to ensure we have sufficient funds and expertise to develop and sustain free accommodation at every specialist children’s hospital in the UK. This will allow us to help thousands more families stay together, while their child is in hospital, in the years to come.
Rosemere Cancer Foundation 1131583 Nearly 11,000 people are diagnosed with cancer each year in Lancashire and South Cumbria.

Effective treatment remains a priority within the NHS but it is expensive and there is little left over for non-essential items and facilities that may make all the difference to a patient's experience of the treatment process.

The Rosemere Cancer Foundation exists to provide those ‘extras’ wherever possible in both the Rosemere Cancer Centre and the local Cancer Units across the region.

Wherever you live, you can be sure that by supporting the Rosemere Cancer Foundation you will be helping to make a real difference to cancer patients in your local area.
ROTARY CLUB OF BARROW IN FURNESS 1034327 Rotary Club of Barrow-in-Furness is the mother Club for the Furness Locality.
As a club we exist to support the Community via marshalling, stewarding and giving donations to worthy organisations and individuals as appropriate.
We raise our financial funds by organising events around the Furness Locality which attract donations from our generous residents.
We enjoy the whole K2B event and we take pride in supporting through marshalling duties.
Barrow Rotary Club welcomes new members at anytime who share a passion to support their community. Contact Tony Callister: callister8@hotmail.co.uk
Rotary Club of Furness Peninsula 1151722 The Rotary Club of Furness Peninsula exists to assist the community by giving our time and service where it is needed, be it at home or abroad and by identifying local, national and international charitable projects that we can raise funds for through our activities. We do community activities like marshalling at the K2B Elterwater base for the last 7 years, to provide walkers with encouragement, nourishment, water and soft drinks. We also organise social events for our members and families with the emphasis on having fun whislt doing good. This funding will assist the club to raise the profile of the club, increase our membership and serve those in our local community and abroad. Most importantly the funding will enable us to give those less fortunate than ourselves the opportunity to experience gifts of kindness and friendship that will make in many cases everlasting changes to their lives.
Royal Free Charity 1165672 The Royal Free Charity supports our hospitals, our NHS colleagues, our patients and our researchers.

From small acts of kindness to huge investments in discovery and innovation, everything we do changes lives for the better.

Our extraordinary volunteers enrich the experience of patients and the support they provide to NHS staff is transformational.

We’re there when patients need us, thanks to the services we provide. And the grants that we make help our hospitals to accelerate vital medical research and invest in innovations to help patients and staff.

All this is made possible by the generosity of our supporters who help our hospitals go further and faster than the NHS could do alone.
Royal National Lifeboat Institution 209603 The Volunteer crews and lifeguards of the RNLI continue their lifesaving work of saving lives at sea. It is a lifeline to thousands of people who need us at sea and around the coast and return them safely to their family. Last year the RNLI come to the rescue of an average of 22 people a day who were in difficulty in or around the water.
Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity England and wales 1117794 Scotland SCO41898 Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity

The Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity is the principal charity of the Royal Navy. It exists to support sailors, marines and their families, for life.

Its Group of charities includes the Royal Marines Charity, the Royal Navy Officers’ Charity and the Naval Service Sports Charity.

Since 2007, it has funded projects and facilities that boost morale for those who serve today. It also distributes millions of pounds annually to military charities which care for the children, families and veterans of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines.
RSPCA Burton-on-Trent 232234 We are an independently funded RSPCA re-homing centre, meaning we receive very little from the National RSPCA and therefore depend on generous public donations and fundraising activities. We rehome cats, dogs and rabbits.
RUMIC Foundation Trust 1099225 We support young persons in South Cumbria by making donations for specialist treatment, special equipment etc. We also run a fleet of minibuses that are used by schools to enable youngsters to have the opportunity to take part in trips and get to school in the first place.
Ryan Stanford Appeal 1134498 In August 2009, Ryan aged 1 year old from Lancaster was diagnosed with a terminal illness called Alper’s Syndrome. Ryan sadly passed away aged 6 years 10 months on 23rd June 2015.

Alper’s Syndrome is a genetic disorder which affects both the brain and the liver. It causes progressive loss of developmental milestones and severe epilepsy. This terminal illness is extremely rare and little information is known about it.

Ryan suffered from uncontrollable seizures, was fed directly into his stomach, had extremely low muscle tone and could not support his own head or make any controlled movement himself.

The Ryan Stanford Appeal is raising money to fund research specifically on Alper’s Syndrome in the hope that cures or treatment can be sought.
SAFA CUMBRIA - Self Harm Awareness for all Cumbria 1121122 We are committed to making a positive difference to the lives of individuals who self harm and to those who support them. Our primary goal is to empower the individual to take responsibility for their own lives by offering counselling and trusting support.
Also we seek to eliminate the stigma and discrimination associated with self harm by creating greater awareness through training and education.
Safenet 1091544 Safenet is a domestic abuse service that covers the North West of England, with support available in Burnley, Lancaster, Rochdale, Preston, Lancaster, Pendle and Bury.

We offer a wide range of different services and tailor them to suit each persons individual needs. This includes refuge services for women and children, male safe houses, community based support and specialist refuges for those with additional needs, such as addiction, mental health issues and ex-offending behaviours.

We understand that living with domestic abuse has a serious and life changing impact on all aspects of life, in particular mental health an well being. All out support staff can support you and act as your advocate, if necessary, to help you gain access to the right services to regain control of your mental health and well being.
Samaritans Of Barrow - Furness & South Lakes 219432 Samaritans Of Barrow, Furness, and South Lakes provides a listening service for people who are in distress, despair or suicidal. By providing a warm , empathic , confidential and non judgemental listening service, Samaritans aims to reduce distress and help callers talk through their difficulties and the options available to them. By doing this through telephone calls, emails, text and face to face calls in branch, Samaritans aim is to reduce the numbers of people who die by suicide.
Sandside Lodge School Sandside Lodge is an Ulverston based school, which has a catchment which currently stretches from Grange, to Windermere, to Millom. Our students have a large range of complex needs. We have recently moved into our brand new school, which is very exciting and a wonderful resource for both our pupils and our staff! We are very proud of it. We need your help to keep it furnished with the kind of equipment that our pupils need and deserve. Please consider donating to our school. To find out more, visit our website www.sandside.org.uk. Thank you very much.
Sarcoma UK 1139869 Sarcoma UK is a national charity that funds vital research, offers support for anyone affected by sarcoma cancer and campaigns for better treatments. It is the only cancer charity in the UK focusing on all types of sarcoma.

Our mission is to ensure everyone affected by sarcoma receives the best treatment, care, information and support available and to create the treatments of the future.
Save Grange Lido Grange Lido is a very rare Art Deco swimming pool in a spectacular position in South Lakes looking over Morecambe Bay.

The Lido is a much loved community asset which has a place in the hearts of people locally and across the country. Since closure 25 years ago, it has been threatened with being filled in and desperately needs some TLC.
We are progressing imaginative proposals to transform it into a vibrant community owned leisure facility with a restored 50m pool at its heart. Our plans can become reality with support from you, our community and Council.
Scotty's Little Soldiers 1136854 Scotty’s Little Soldiers is a charity dedicated to supporting children & young people who have lost a parent whilst serving in the British Armed Forces.

Inspired by the experience of Army widow Nikki Scott following the death of her husband Cpl Lee Scott in Afghanistan in 2009, the charity is currently providing assistance to hundreds of bereaved Forces children around the UK.

Support offered to the children includes fun activities such as holiday breaks and group events, personal development assistance through educational grants and access to professional bereavement counselling

Our mission is to #HelpTheirChildrenSmile.
Seascale Badminton Club We are a badminton club giving support and coaching to young people.
ShawMind 1167947 Shawmind was created by Sheffield-born UK/US entrepreneur, Adam Shaw, in 2016. The charity became the first ever Mental Health charity to force a Parliamentary debate in 2017 on the issue of children’s Mental Health in schools, and since then we have helped thousands of people across the UK with their Mental Health. Now, we are coming back to our roots to help the next generation. Our Mission and Duty of Service is to enhance the Mental Health prosperity, hope and opportunity of children & young people, so that there are no more broken dreams. Our mission and duty is to support and showcase a community that will ‘Leave No One Behind’. We are raising funds to provide a development programme to children in deprived communities, which will help to reconnect them with school, improve their academic attainment and their life outcomes.
SHINE for Autism 1185018 SHINE for Autism is a community led initiative driven by dedicated local parents, carers and professionals.  Our main aim is to create an autism friendly community by developing knowledge and understanding of autism, leading to unconditional acceptance and integration in our community. We hope to achieve this by:

- Providing resources, support and information for individuals with autistic spectrum disorder and their parents/carers.

- Providing the opportunity for parents/carers to meet in order to develop a mutual support network and enable sharing of skills, experience and knowledge within the group.

- Organising recreation facilities and opportunities for individuals with autistic spectrum disorder to develop social networks, friendships, peer groups and self-esteem.

- Providing workshops, online forums and 1:1 support for parents/carers to gain knowledge and strategies to enable them to support individuals with autistic spectrum disorder.

- Raising public awareness of the issues affecting individuals with autistic spectrum disorder and their parents/carers both generally and in relation to their social exclusion through fundraising and public training/awareness.

- Providing small grants to local schools/individuals to provide support/equipment for autistic individuals.
Sight Advice South Lakes 1145818 Sight Advice South Lakes is a small, local, independent Charity supporting people living with sight loss in the district of South Lakeland. In the last 12 months we supported over 1200 local people. We aim to support people with visual impairment to
improve the quality of their lives, together with promoting greater awareness
of sight issues.
We aim to do this by:
• Enabling visually impaired people to live independently
• Providing practical and emotional support to visually impaired people and
their families and carers
• Enabling visually impaired people to access social support and activities
• Promoting awareness of sight issues and to campaign with, and on behalf
of, visually impaired people
Sir John Barrow School Parent Teacher Association 1169336 Advance the education of pupils in the school by
-developing effective relationships between staff, parents and others associated with the school.
-engaging in activities or providing facilities or equipment which support the school and advance the education of the pupils.
south copeland disability group 1145225 We are the voice of the disabled and elderly people of the community of South Cumbria.

We are a USER-LED ORGANISATION

And also a member of JOY
In recognition of the outstanding work you are delivering it is our pleasure to inform you that your Disability Support Group service has been added to the Joy referral system by Cameron from Atkins Global

Joy is a digital platform used by health and social care professionals to refer clients to high quality local support.

We fight for their rights, and entitlements, issues that effect their entrances into public buildings, on to buses and trains.

Representing them for benefit assessments or tribunals, help filling in their forms.

We approach authorities and represent and submit their issues.

Campaign for dropped kerbs, parking spaces, home walk-in-showers, stair lifts, grab bars, ramps, the same within public buildings.

We need to provide a meeting place for monthly meetings, which will provide a safe environment, and access

We offer to be a third party for complaints against police treatment and hate crimes
South Cumbria Breastfeeding Support 1166379 South Cumbria Breastfeeding Support’s aim is for every mum and baby to have the breastfeeding experience that they want to have. We know that having good support throughout her breastfeeding journey makes a big difference to a mum. From social support and encouragement, to skilled support with breastfeeding challenges, we’re here to help mums reach their own breastfeeding goal, whatever that might be.
South Cumbria Musical Festival 511814 We hold an annual competitive music festival in the Coronation Hall in Ulverston to give mainly children and young people the opportunity to perform in public in front of professional adjudicators.
South Lakeland Hydrotherapy Trust 1094280 Our charity supports the health and well-being of local communities through the provision of hydrotherapy services at Sandgate Hydrotherapy Pool in Kendal. The Pool caters for people from across our region with short term needs (e.g. recovering from accidents or surgery) as well as those with long-term disabilities, providing a valuable service in what is recognised as a centre of excellence in this field.
South Lakes Maidens Providing cricket to women’s and girls within the area
Spinal Muscular Atrophy UK 1106815 SMA Support UK is the only charity providing emotional and practical support to families and individuals affected by Spinal Muscular Atrophy across the UK. We also fund research into treatments and an eventual cure.
Spring Mount Christian Fellowship 1163628 We are church meeting at Salthouse Pavilion on Roose Road, Barrow-in-Furness, working with and in the community.
Springfield Domestic Abuse support 1191650 Springfield has supported vulnerable women for over 100 years. Our Refuge and Community Hub provide services that help people rebuild lives shattered by domestic abuse and help to positively support them to change their futures. We help break down barriers facing those affected by domestic abuse in all its forms. We support both male and female survivors of Domestic abuse.
SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity 210760 SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity is a trusted source of support for serving personnel, veterans and their families in their time of need. In 2022 our trained teams of volunteers and employees helped more than 59,000 people, including veterans, serving personnel (regulars and reserves) and their families.
Since 1885 we have provided welfare and wellbeing assistance that is tailored to our Armed Forces community. We know about the unique demands of service life, whether in the UK or overseas, and we continue to meet the demand for support to enable the entire Armed Forces family to thrive.
SSAFA understands that behind every uniform is a person. And we are here for that person and their family, any time they need us and in any way they need us.
St Annes Thwaites Messy Church We are a church-related youth group providing fun activities and food for children and their families in
St Columba's PTFA We are a newly formed group of parents, teachers and friends of our lovely primary school. We are trying to raise funds to help enhance the experiences and education our children have whilst part of the school.
St Gemma's Hospice 1015941 St Gemma’s Hospice is a Leeds-based charity providing expert care and support for local people with life-limiting and terminal illnesses. We offer care to patients and their carers in the Hospice’s In-Patient Unit, through the St Gemma’s community team and via Out-Patients.
St Gemma’s welcomes and provides care to everyone regardless of people’s age, gender, disability, race, religion, sexual orientation or diagnosis. Our care is always completely free of charge.
St Gemma’s is the largest hospice in Yorkshire and one of the largest in the UK.
St Johns Hospice 1157030 St John’s Hospice has been providing care and support to patients and their families across North Lancashire, the South Lakes and parts of North Yorkshire since 1986. We care for and support adults with life limiting conditions. The hospice is dedicated to ensuring that every patient enjoys the highest quality of daily life and to ensure we put local patients and families at the heart of everything we do to ensure that on the journey towards end of life we provide the right care in the right place at the right time.
We aim to achieve the best possible quality of care for patients with an advanced progressive illness and we do this through the provision of our three main services; In Patient Unit, Day Hospice and are Hospice @ Home community nurses.
Unfortunately to provide this care St John's hospice currently has to raise over 5.2 million pounds a year of which only 1/3rd is provided by the NHS leaving a shortfall of 3.4 million pounds.
St Mary's School Ulverston PTA 1191778 Our PTA aims to raise extra funds to support school activities which might otherwise not be possible, as well as to build a social community with the school at the centre.
Our events are open to anyone to attend and we welcome participation from children, parents, grandparents and friends of the school.
St Marys Hospice 517738 St Mary’s Hospice provides care and comfort for patients living with any life-shortening illness or long term condition and their family. We support people from the moment of diagnosis and their families for longer.
Submariners Association - Barrow Branch N/A We fund and support local and national service and ex service charities and improve the lives of ex service families locally.
Swarthmoor Junior FC N/A Local football club for junior age group under 7 up to under 16 age groups.
Teenage Cancer Trust 1062559 Around seven young people aged between 13 and 24 are diagnosed with cancer every day in the UK. They need expert treatment and support from the moment they hear the word ‘cancer.’ We’re the only charity dedicated to making this happen.
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THE 24X7 SPECIAL NEEDS HOLIDAY TRUST 1136050 Centre Algarve is mainland Europe’s only specialist holiday Centre. Its creation allows special needs families, schools and many other special needs organisations the opportunity to enjoy a holiday abroad for the very first time and is set in the beautiful Ria Formosa Nature Reserve which is just 2 minutes from the pretty local village of Moncarapacho, in Portugal.
The Army Benevolent Fund 1146420 The Army Benevolent Fund is the Army's National charity and we exist to help soldiers, veterans and their immediate families in times of need.
The Birchall Trust 1109637 The Birchall Trust is a registered charity providing therapeutic support to people whose lives have been affected by sexual abuse and rape in South Cumbria and North Lancashire. The main service it provides is one-to-one counselling delivered by specialist counsellors and therapists for adults, young people and children over the age of 4. This includes pre-trial therapy for those individuals going through a criminal justice process. Support and information are also provided to partners and other family members to enable them to help their loved one on their journey of recovery.

A variety of training opportunities are provided in the local community which focus on raising awareness and prevention. Working in partnership with a range of organisations, training is provided to vulnerable young people as well as to professionals.

The Birchall Trust has been working in the local community for the last 28 years and has established an excellent reputation for its specialist knowledge and expertise. It operates from a set of shared values that ensure service users are treated with respect, understanding and compassion.

The charity was founded by Christine Birchall in 1991 and was initially called the South Cumbria Rape and Abuse Service. Christine was inspired to set up the service after she watched a BBC documentary highlighting the lack of support for victims of rape and sexual abuse. Christine set about gaining qualifications in counselling and set up a local support service, running from an attic room in Kendal with £300 and a telephone contributed by British Telecom. The service was initially run by Christine supported by two volunteers.

From these humble beginnings the charity has developed significantly over the years. After initially having its main base in Kendal, the charity moved to 60, Hartington Street in Barrow in 2000 where it has had its main offices and counselling rooms for the last 19 years. Following Christine’s death in 2006, the organisation decided to change its name to the Birchall Trust. This was not only to recognise Christine’s work but also to give the charity a more palatable and dignified name which was well received.

In 2010 the charity expanded into North Lancashire and now has 5 counselling/therapy rooms in Barrow, 2 counselling/therapy rooms in Kendal, 1 counselling room in Lancaster and 7 counselling/therapy rooms and an office space at a Community Hub in Morecambe.
The Brain Tumour Charity 1150054 We are committed to having the biggest possible impact for everyone affected by a brain tumour, to defending the most amazing part of the human body, so that the diagnosis of a brain tumour is no longer a death sentence.

We fight brain tumours on all fronts through research, awareness and support to save lives and improve quality of life.

We fund pioneering research to find new treatments, improve understanding, increase survival rates and bring us closer to a cure.
We raise awareness of the symptoms and effects of brain tumours, to reduce diagnosis times and make a difference every day to the lives of people with a brain tumour and their families.
We provide support and information for anyone affected to improve quality of life.
The Christie charity 1049751 The Christie charity provides enhanced services over and above what the NHS funds. Gifts from the public make a huge difference to the care and treatment that The Christie is able to provide to our patients and their families.
The Eric Twiname Trust 1002313 The Trust was established in 1980 in memory of Eric Twiname, a renowned Cumbrian dinghy sailor, journalist and author. Eric started his sailing career at Bassenthwaite Sailing Club. Its aims are to perpetuate Eric’s diverse sailing interests, principally those that arose out of his teaching and coaching of young dinghy sailors. To that effect its primary objective is for the provision of funding or equipment that will assist those in full-time education at schools and universities in the United Kingdom to sail or yacht race, the emphasis being directed towards youth. The trust has provided funding to Sailing Clubs throughout the Lake District.
The Friends of St Pius x The Friends of St Pius X (FOSPX) was set up and constituted in September 2019.

The Friends of St Pius X is a run by a group of volunteers made up of members from the school and parish community and its main purpose is to fundraise for St Pius X Catholic Primary School, to benefit its pupils.
The Haven 1082850 The Haven is a charity based in Ashby-de-la-Zouch in Leicestershire which provides counselling support for those who need it. The Haven is a charity so can provide low cost but good quality counselling.
The Kepplewray Trust 1015762 The Kepplewray Centre is an inclusive residential outdoor activity centre that offers adventure for all. We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to experience outdoor adventure no matter what their ability. We tailor activity sessions to the needs and abilities of the participants and offer accommodation in an accessible building on the edge of The Lake District National Park.
The Kirkwood 512987 Kirkwood Hospice provides specialist care, free of charge, to adults in Kirklees with advanced, progressive illnesses at any time from diagnosis to the end of life, respecting their individual needs and wishes. Care and support is also provided for their family members, friends and carers, both during the illness and after death. Through education, training and partnership with others, the Hospice improves care for everyone affected by a life-limiting illness.
The Lullaby Trust 262191 The Lullaby Trust provides emotional support for bereaved families, promotes expert advice on safer baby sleep and raises awareness of sudden infant death.

Working with the NHS, we run a national health-visitor led service for bereaved parents, Care of Next Infant (CONI) programme, which supports families before and after the birth of their new baby.

We are committed to supporting research to understand why so many babies a year die suddenly and unexpectedly in the UK and to find out more about how to prevent these tragic deaths.

The Lullaby Trust operates nationwide across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. We run an information line for parents and professionals (0808 802 6869) and a dedicated line for bereaved families (0808 802 6868). Both are free to call from landlines and mobiles.

We campaign tirelessly, lobbying government to keep sudden infant death on the public health agenda. Since we formed as The Foundation for the Study of Sudden Infant Deaths (FSID) in 1971 we have played a key role in the reduction of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) by over 80%.
The Natasha Allergy Research Foundation 1181098 The Natasha Allergy Research Foundation was co-founded by the parents of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse.
Natasha had a sesame seed allergy. She died aged 15 after eating a baguette containing hidden sesame seeds which weren’t listed as an ingredient on the packaging. Had they been, she would be alive today.

Natasha’s Foundation campaigns for the three million people in the UK living with food allergies.
Spearheaded by Natasha’s parents, the Foundation successfully campaigned for ‘Natasha’s Law’ which requires all food outlets to provide full ingredients lists with clear allergen labelling on food pre-packed for direct sale.

It is also the only charity in the UK dedicated to scientific and medical research into allergy. The Foundation is dedicated to understanding the causes of - and developing ways to prevent, treat and ultimately eradicate allergic disease - starting with food allergy.

With the number of people with food allergies spiralling upwards, particularly among children, the work of Natasha’s Foundation is critical in helping create a world that is safe for everyone.
The National Trust 205846 The National Trust was founded in 1895 on the simple and enduring idea that people need historic, beautiful and natural places. They offer us perspective, escape, relaxation and a sense of identity. The natural world also gives us fresh air, clean water and clear seas.

We look after coastline, woods, fens, beaches, farmland, moorland, islands, archaeological remains, nature reserves, villages, historic houses, gardens, mills and pubs and one of the world's largest art collections. We rely on the support of our members, donors and volunteers to restore them, protect them and open them up to everyone to explore:
- 775 miles of coastline
- Over 248,000 hectares of land
- Over 500 historic houses, castles, ancient monuments gardens and parks and nature reserves.
- Close to one million objects and works of art
The health of the countryside, protection of heritage and the wellbeing of people living in towns and cities is where the National Trust started. Looking after the places in our care now and in the future is our first responsibility, but our strategy over the next 10years is also about how we rise to the big challenges of the 21st century and how we work with others to …

- Play our part in restoring a healthy, beautiful, natural environment
- Offer experiences that move, teach and inspire
- Help to look after the places where people live
The Parent, Teachers and Friends Association of St Thomas's CE Primary School 1110331 We are a charity that encourages the local community to help support the children of St Thomas by fundraising.
The Porthole Community The concept of The Porthole is to provide a Music and Arts and Community Venue environment for community groups, groups of isolated older people, groups of vulnerable young people and Youth Clubs with a Drop-in Cafe with affordable meals and place to meet up.

The inspiring public spaces on offer where community groups can take place will be used to reduce isolation and loneliness and encourage greater community participation.

One of our objectives is to help secure the future of the building for the enjoyment of the community of Barrow Island and the wider Furness area.
The Pulmonary Fibrosis Trust 1149901 The Pulmonary Fibrosis trust is a UK charity run entirely by patients and carers to provide practical emotional and financial support to people living with PF.
The Rotary Club of Furness Charitable Trust 113 10 39 The Rotary Club of Furness raises money through various fund raising activities, Street /Shop Collections ,Concerts, Raffles ,The Tour d Furness Bike Ride, Marshalling at events , etc, and then distributes it within the community by supporting local charities, projects and other needy causes .As part of a national and international organisation our charity work reaches across the globe
Thera Trust 1090163 The Thera Group of companies supports people with a learning disability, and Thera Trust is the parent charity.

Thera supports people in their own home, in their local community and for short breaks. It also provides financial advocacy and quality assurance services; as well as developing and running social enterprises.

Thera North, a wholly owned not-for-profit subsidiary of Thera Trust, is the most local Thera company to the event and provides support in Cumbria and Lancashire
Tigerlily Trust 1163387 Tigerlily Trust - local registered charity that supports bereaved families who lose their child at any stage during pregnancy, or later in childhood. They are dedicated to helping parents come to terms with their loss and provide much needed resources for parents both immediately following their loss and ongoing support throughout their journey, ultimately promoting a healthy pathway towards healing. They work within the Morecambe Bay NHS Trust area providing tangible remembrance items for bereaved parents, support groups and one to one support across the bay.
Tiny Changes SC049112 Scott John Hutchison was best known to most as the lead singer and songwriter in the band Frightened Rabbit. Through his music and art Scott made tiny changes that had a big impact. His honesty and openness about his own mental health inspired people from all walks of life. In May 2018, at the age of 36, Scott died by suicide.

Scott’s legacy inspired a bold vision; to make young minds feel better. He was the light from which Tiny Changes was born and his personality and core values are at the heart of everything we do. In short, we are building a community of tiny change makers. People from all walks of life, young and old, with a shared goal to transform young people’s mental health in Scotland. We raise money to fund ideas that make young people feel better. Ideas that change attitudes, deepen understanding or provide much-needed support to young people in communities all over Scotland.
TOFS 327735 TOFS is the UK's charity dedicated to offering lifelong support to those born with Oesophageal Atresia (OA) and Tracheo-Oesophageal Fistula (TOF). These rare conditions affect 1 in 3,500 people and can have lifelong implications.

You support can make a huge difference in helping us support our OA/TOF community of families, adults, and medical professionals.

TOFS aims are:

* Provide trusted information and support to OA/TOF patients regardless of age;
* Spread awareness of OA/TOF conditions and their implications post-repair;
* Facilitate peer-to-peer support and empower patients and their families to seek best outcomes.

Find out more at: tofs.org.uk
Treetops Hospice Trust 519540 Treetops is the hospice for central and southern Derbyshire (including Derby city) and neighbouring areas of Nottinghamshire. We provide non-complex end-of-life care for adults, from diagnosis to death, and support their family. We:
• Help people with a life limiting illness to have the best life possible; and to stay at home for as long as possible, wherever home may be.
• Support families and carers throughout their loved one’s illness and onto bereavement.
• Equip those caring for people with a life limiting illness and working in an end-of-life environment, with the skills and knowledge required to ensure they provide the best quality care.
• Equip professional carers with the skills and knowledge required to ensure they provide the best quality end of life care.

Annually we care for 2,000 people, providing 34,000 hours of care. Our approach is person centred, providing not only for people’s physical requirements, but also catering for their emotional, social, spiritual, and cultural needs.

Unlike some hospices we do not have a bedded unit, our beds are in the homes of the patients we care for, where the need is highest.

Our Hospice at Home service cares for terminally ill patients in their own homes, providing high quality care for patients and emotional support for family members. The service enables patients to die at home, with dignity, surrounded by their loved ones. Last year, 1,059 local terminally ill people received end-of-life care at home and 2,766 people called Treetops when they had an urgent care request.

Our Wellbeing Team provides an extensive range of wellbeing activities to help people better manage their illness. Services include wellbeing activities (‘move-it’ exercise sessions, book club etc); complementary therapies such as reflexology, reiki, and aromatherapy; and a support & information service, including the provision of counselling. Last year, we had 5,813 wellbeing contacts in the hospice and through home visits.

We are one of the main providers of bereavement care in our region, offering bereavement counselling and emotional support, including counselling and play therapy for bereaved children. We work to engage and empower people and communities to have conversations about death, dying, bereavement and loss, ultimately enabling people to share their preferences and wishes about this. This helps to foster healthier attitudes towards death and normalises dying. Last year we provided 3,031 adult, and 1,173 child bereavement counselling sessions.

Our services are free of charge to patients and their families. Each year, we must raise more than £4.2 million to run. State funding only covers 30% of our care and supporting infrastructure costs. We must fundraise to pay for the remaining 70%.
Trinity Hospice 511009 Trinity Hospice has been at the heart of the Fylde Coast for more than 30 years, providing exceptional care and support for people on the journey towards the end of life. Each year, our specialist nursing teams touch the lives of thousands - and we know more will call on us for help in the years to come.

We are a hospice without walls - helping people in their own homes as much as we do at our specialist facility in Bispham. Our family of services includes our In-Patient Unit, Day Therapy Unit, Hospice at Home, Clinical Nurse Specialist at home ad in the hospital, bereavement support through the Linden Centre and Brian House Children's Hospice.

Trinity is a charity and can only meet the needs of all who need us because of the generous help from our supporters. We get just a third of our total running costs from the government to help run our hospice services, which means we must fundraise to meet the £8 million we need each and every year.
ULVERSTON AMATEUR OPERATIC SOCIETY XR57301
Ulverston Amateur Swimming Club We are a competitive amateur swimming club; coaching & teaching swimming to children & adults from the age of 7 upwards.
Ulverston Cricket Club Ulverston is a small, friendly, community, cricket club, founded in 1849
We play our cricket at Priory Road in Ulverston.
We have two adult teams playing in The North Lancashire and Cumbria League and four junior teams in the Barrow and Furness District League. We are a ClubMark accredited club.
New players of any age and ability are always welcome.
Ulverston Ford Park Community Group 1088106 Following a council announcement to sell Ford Park, the charity came together to rent the land and develop plans for its restoration, before eventually securing a loan from the Architectural Heritage Fund to buy Ford Park from the council in 2005. More recently, a sale of an acre of the park means that we are now debt free, working to secure a sustainable future – and continuing to offer so much more than just a park.
Ulverston Inshore Rescue 1101567 To provide an effective Rescue Service for any human,animal or boat in peril on the sea or sands of Morecambe Bay. To search for missing persons. To provide emergency support for events. To assist emergency services as requested to do so. To help residents in times of flooding.
Ulverston Resilience Group Registration in progress Ulverston Resilience Group provides community support throughout the LA12 postcode area, including help for those affected by Covid-19, providing volunteers for events, and assisting the emergency services when responding to major incidents, such as flooding.
Ulverston Tri Club Ulverston Tri Club is a triathlon based in Ulverston offering triathlon training sessions and events to all abilities at locations in Ulverston and Barrow.
Unique - Rare Chromosome Disorder Support Group 1110661 Unique provides support, information and networking to families affected by rare chromosome and gene disorders.
Unique Kidz and Co 1131652 Unique Kidz and Co provide a range of services for disabled children, young adults and their families. Founded in 2009, Unique kidz and Co was set up by two mums, Denise and Jane who were unable to find suitable childcare for their own disabled children. Denise and Jane founded Unique Kidz and Co to be able to provide their children, and lots of of other local children, with the chance to socialise and play with their friends and to allow them to return to work. The aim of the charity is to advance the social and play opportunities of children and young people with additional needs and disabilities and to include their siblings. Unique Kidz and Co provide services for young disabled people aged 0-30. The services include Stay & Play, Afterschool and Holiday Clubs, daytime and evening support for young adults, a sibling's group and a toy library.
Urswick Playground Association 512157 Urswick Playground Association maintain the village playground, pay annual insurance and for safety checks and fund raise for new equipment.
UVHS Circles Social Group The Circles Group is a club that is run for a selection of our more socially vulnerable SEN students on a Tuesday night after school. The aim of Circles is to build confidence and self-esteem within the student and to challenge them to cope with new social situations, with support. This allows them to develop strategies and understanding of how to deal and live in the wider community and move forward in their day to day lives.

Some of the activities that we do with the students include visits to a local coffee shops, the cinema, Conishead Priory and Ford Park. In school we do Yoga with a local instructor, craft and cooking activities, Sign Language, team sport activities and lots more.

At the end of the summer term we finish the year with a one night residential at a local Outdoor Residential Educational centre. This visit allows the students to be involved in activities which involve teambuilding interaction and trying new opportunities to build their own self esteem in a safe and secure environment suited to their individual needs.
Vickerstown PTA 1182741 Friends of Vickerstown aims to enhance the time pupils spend at Vickerstown School, and to support the staff, by helping to provide the best facilities and equipment (e.g. IT, SEN, learning resources) for the education of the children.

We put on treats and activities for every child to enjoy and aim to make school the best experience it can be for everyone.
Vision of Adventure 1180451 Vision of Adventure is a small charity based in Cumbria. We aim to reduce isolation, loneliness, and frustration in visually impaired – but otherwise able-bodied – adults by providing opportunities for them to take part in residential outdoor activity courses. Our mission is to give visually impaired adults the same opportunities to take part in adventurous outdoor activities as sighted people. We deliver climbing, canoeing, caving, open water swimming, tandem cycling, and hillwalking courses!
Vision Support Barrow & District 1051674 Vision Support Barrow & District is the lead provider of support for visually impaired people in the South West area of Cumbria. It has operated since 1923 and runs a successful residential home, the Vision Support Centre provides home visits within the community.
Waberthwaite PTA 21066 School Parent Teacher Association
Walney Wind Cheetahs Walney Wind Cheetahs are a free running group
Walney Wind Cheetahs Cubs We are a free running group that gets children aged 4-16 active in sport through running.
The group meets one a week on the barrow academy during the winter months and on west shore during the summer months.
There are a total of 110 children who attend our sessions with approximately 60-70 children attending each week.
The group is inclusive and helps children with learning difficulties feel part of a group which enables them to compete against themselves in a group environment.
The group are ran by volunteers who have completed a LIRF (Leader In Running Fitness) course through EA (England Athletics) which is paid for by the club.
The group also encourages adults attending with children to be active by joining into the sessions.
Westmorland Red Squirrels 1144416 Red squirrel conservation in SE Cumbria, including removing threats to their survival and public education in the need for urgent action to prevent their extinction.
Westmount Tennis and Bowling Club This is a "Not for profit" Community Sports Club it has been in Barrow for around 60 years. Comprising of 2 bowling Greens and 3 Tennis courts and approx 70 members most of which are senior citizens. The club is looking to modernise it's facilities and attract all ages and capabilities.
Wetheriggs Animal Rescue & Conservation Centre 1131536 Animal Rescue, Conservation, Care and volunteering of special needs people.
Wetheriggs Animal Rescue & Conservation Centre 1131536 Animal Rescue, Conservation, Care and volunteering of special needs people.
Williams Syndrome Foundation 281014 The Williams Syndrome Foundation is dedicated to helping individuals with Williams Syndrome and those who love, care for and educated them. Williams syndrome is a genetic disorder affecting approximately 3500 people in the UK. WS causes learning disability as well as significant health, social, behavioural, sensory and processing challenges.
The Williams Syndrome Foundation funds and promotes research into WS in order to create new guidelines and webinars and keep our library of WS resources updated. We provide support for families, carers, practitioners and professionals. We keep families connected and informed through our online media, newsletters, magazines as well as through our regional events and family conventions which provide the added benefit of opportunities for families to share support and have fun - overcoming the social isolation caused by the rarity of the condition. We provide respite opportunities through specialised care breaks. We raise awareness about Williams Syndrome.
Workington Amateur Swimming Club 1153155 We are a volunteer ran swimming club using Workington Swimming pool to improve and let swimmers of all ages reach their full potential with the support and dedication of the team.
Xenolith Explorer Scout Unit 840150 Our Aim
The aim of Scouting is to contribute to the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potentials, as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities.

Our Vision
To be the explorer scout unit that delivers a challenging and exciting programme to meet the requirements of the Chief Scout Awards, Queen Scout Award and Explorer Belt and provides its members with the opportunity to experience local national and international events.
Youthability Youth Services 13462907 We provide a variety of youth services for young people with disabilities in the Furness area. Our aim is to assist young people on their social and emotional journey to adulthood