Charity Name Contact Name Email Address Number What they do
Grant 'wishes' to children
between 3-17 with life-
threatening illesses. Anything
Round Table 01202 from a trip to Disneyland, to
Children's Wish Helen Jeffery firstname.lastname@example.org 514515 watching Chelsea play football.
Volunteers take elderly people
out once a month on a Sunday
01202 afternoon and then to tea at a
Contact the Elderly Mrs Carolyn Dennis email@example.com 424482 volunteer host's home.
Take in homeless dogs and
small animals (usually rabbits),
ensure they have vet checks,
provide ongoing medical
treatment if necessary, and then
Waggy Tails Rescue 01202 place them in foster care until a
Ltd. Miss Cindy Mann firstname.lastname@example.org 875000 permanent home is found.
Support people with head and
neck cancer, providing one-to-
one support, and information.
Additionally support surgeons
The Butterfly Appeal ian@baldeaglecommunicatio 01202 and doctors who are training to
for About Face Ian Catley ns.co.uk 733300 work in this area.
Support girlguiding and also
brownies. Focusing on the
community, environment and
Girlguiding Queens 01202 improving the skills of younger
Park District Karen Laird email@example.com 309834 girls.
Try to relieve the suffering and
distress that adult survivors of
childhood abuse have through
counselling, facilitating peer-led
survivor support groups and
Dorset Action on 01202 running seminars etc raising
Abuse Ellie Fox-Kirk firstname.lastname@example.org 489887 awareness of the issues.
Support people in the local area
with HIV. Provide counselling,
advice, therapy, internet and
back to work help and funding.
Also work with local education
providers to raise awareness
email@example.com 01202 and educate. Train student
Body Positive Dorset Barbara Heffernan g 297386 police officers and nurses.
UK's leading baby charity. Work
to prevent Sudden Infant Death
Syndrome (SIDS), among other
things. Fund research, operate
support networks and phone
lines, provide information on
baby health and also work with
Foundation for the organisations to help improve
Study into Infant 020 7222 the investigations into the
Deaths (fsid) Holly Wilkinson firstname.lastname@example.org 8003 babies' deaths.
Provide free, impartial,
independant and confidential
support for all members of the
community on any number of
Bournemouth problems they may face. Can
Citizens Advice martin.broad@bournemouth 01202 advise them of their legal rights
Bureau Martin Broad cab.co.uk 314565 and responsibilities.
Collection of art to celebrate
disability artwork. They exist to
'empower and resource disabled
people and carers'. Provide
01202 short stay accommodation and
East Holten Charity Debbie Horan email@example.com 625562 have art studios.
Lewis-Manning 01202 Provide palliative care for life-
Hospice Dawn Morrison firstname.lastname@example.org 701000 threatening illnesses.
Provide adventurous activities
Christchurch and mflexman@christchurchsco 01202 and personal opportunitiesto
District Scouts Mark Flexman uts.org.uk 471952 over 500 6-25 year olds.
Bournemouth Sea 01202 Teach young people sailing and
Cadets Mr. Mike Fox email@example.com 240272 boat skills etc.
Help relieve suffering of the
illnesses known as ME, Chronic
Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) and
Post-Viral Fatigue Syndrome
(PVFS). Create awareness and
help educate the general public.
Help further research into the
Dorset ME Support 01202 illnesses and publish these
Group Adrian Field firstname.lastname@example.org 892508 results.
Training and personal
development to people with
mental illnesses, learning
disabilities, head injury and
drug/alcohol addiction who want
to enter or return to employment
or further education. Provide a
finger buffet service to
customers. Quiet and stress-
free for trainees. Teach people
01202 skills, e.g. baking, washing up,
The Crumbs Project Allan Penhale email@example.com 399644 cash register etc.
Use education to create a more
just and sustainable world. Have
a resource library where people
can borrow books, artefacts,
instruments etc. Provide
training, workshops and advice
on many things including:
Deed Global Louise Boston- 01202 fairtrade; young people's rights;
Education Mammah firstname.lastname@example.org 739422 race equality etc.
Pathway of support for bereaved
children, young people and
families. Child and family
email@example.com 01258 support, group work, residential
Mosiac Margaret Hannibal rg(.uk?) 837071 support programmes etc.
Support and rehabilitation for
people after brain injury, families
and carers. Provide information
01202 and rehab for families. Help
Headway Dorset Kath Baker firstname.lastname@example.org 682650 people regain skills after them.
Improve outcomes for young
01305 people and families. Behaviour
261098 / management, counselling,
NCH, the Children's sara.josephs- 07525 develop parental skills, family
Charity Sara Shearman email@example.com 934108 support, self-help initiatives.
Safety education centre for
children and special needs
groups. Take small groups
Streetwise Safety 01202 around indoor village spotting
Centre Peter Issacs firstname.lastname@example.org 591330 dangers and how to stay safe.
Help autistic people access
good education, housing and
services. Respite and seasonal
Wessex Autistic 01202 care, residential and supported
Society Millie Paterson email@example.com 703597 living services.
Practical and emotional support
to victims and witnesses of
crime. For example vounteers
can help victims work through
issues resulting from
experiences of crime. They have
a victim care unit in which
Victim Support firstname.lastname@example.org 01202 victims are terlephoned to asses
Dorset Juli Brown .uk 606200 if they need further 1-2-1 support
Provide drugs/alcohol education
to young people through drama,
01202 and aftercare to those
Vita Nova Ignatious Harling email@example.com 309999 recovering from addiction.
Work to end domestic violence.
Educate and campaign to
change attitudes towards
domestic violence. Operate a
national network of 24 hour
0117 915 helplines and local domestic
Womens aid Mina King firstname.lastname@example.org 7451 violence services.
Operate 2 minibusses which are
thoroughly accesible for
wheelchairs etc. Offer shopping
trips for 4 morinings a week for
the elderly and frail. Offer a
programme of outings too.
Provide a very cheap shuttle
service to local hospitals. They
allow the elderly and infirm to
maintain their independence.
Bournemouth bmthcommunitytransport@g 01202 Volunteers help push
Community Transport Alison Morrison ooglemail.com 598295 wheelchairs while shopping.
Huntington's Disease 01425 Support people with
Association Ann Pathmanaban 627950 Huntington's Disease
Provide furniture/house items for
people with low income.
Volunteering and training
email@example.com 01202 opportunities. Encourage the re-
Dorset Reclaim Joanna Taylor k 773384 use of landfill sites.
com / 331609 /
Tenovus Cancer Estelle Wilson / shirleysherman@talktal 01202 Cancer research and patient
Charity Shirley Sherman k.net 558099 support
manager@disabilitywessex. 07718 Provides lots of support and
Disability Wessex Nikki Haswell org.uk 072871 services for disabled people.
Work with older people and local
communities, offering support,
advice and services to people
who need them. Gateway
information service, support to
carers, housing related support,
Marianne marianne.lambourne@helpa 0845 working in communities and
Help and Care Lambourne ndcare.org.uk 4500418 gardening service.
Help vulnerable children and
young carers (5-12 yrs). Provide
respite holidays and enable
them to experience activities,
07795 such as bike riding, swimming
978979 / etc. Give them structured
02380 support and a well-deserved
Honeypot Charity Adrienne Debrou firstname.lastname@example.org 890002 break from it all.
Provide therapy through music
to children and adults who have
learning difficulties, autism,
Nordoff-Robbins mental health problems,
Music Therapy nrmt.southwest@nordoff- 07779 neurological damage or those
(South West Region) Rachel Millman robbins.org.uk 663797 with serious/terminal illnesses.
What they will use the
money for What are they offering us
Creating more wishes; last
year they granted 101. Raise Supportive and enthusiastic
awareness of the charity and fundraising team and PR
think working with RAG would team. Offices in Moordown
help. available for meetings.
Want the money to pay for
their Christmas lunch.
Normally, the elderly people
have to pay £5 towards it,
although this year the
volunteers may also have to
Put up a fence around a piece
of land they're renting for Offering advertising in their
animal excercise. shops and clinics.
Need to refurbish the building Huge database. Ian Catley
they have acquired near Poole is from an Event
Hospital and the new neck Management and PR
and head cancer unit is based. background.
Need the money to help cover
costs and help subsidise
uniform costs for the children
who struggle with them, and Possibility of providing
additionally help to purchase support for our fundraising
new equipment, e.g. Play events, be that adults or
parachutes. guides themselves.
Need to raise funds as they
do not charge any fees to their
clients. NB: There are two BU Counsellors are happy to
staff on their management help at fundraising events
committee. when possible.
Funding for the volunteer Volunteers to talk about HIV
awareness training team, and and the centre where
to provide free condoms. requested.
Help with collection permits,
Looking for general funding, leaflets, stickers, balloons,
but also to gain funding for a promotional materials,
Teen Mums project. buckets and boxes etc.
Advertise events in their
office, and encourage
General funding to help them partners to do so as well.
continue providing the service, Student volunteers with the
aid with training and Bureau would be
recruitment as most of it is encouraged to run and help
currently done by volunteers. with RAG events.
Funding towards new
marketing strategy to improve Provide us with venues and
local awareness and space, advertise our events
involvement, also general and provide a database full
funding to help them keep of customers, friends and
running. press contacts.
Press and publicity.
Anything we want.
Looking to fund a Media
Display unit van to have a
dual-purpose. To serve
refreshments etc on scouting
activities, but also so promote Publicity, anything we ask
scouting at shows etc. for.
Funding to help purchase a Help out wherever possible.
new trailer as the current one Good with health and safety
is ancient. issues.
Help to fund their welfare and
training officers as their
current funding expires at the
end of the year. Additionally,
any funding towards the
newsletter would be greatly
appreciated as these cost
£500 an issue.
Supportive staff team to
New computer package - support our fundraising
£384.97 and Laptops - activities. Just talk to them if
£499.99 we need something.
Recycled tots, art materials, Staff and volunteers to help
dual-language storybooks. us, and resources from
Storage facilities. around the world on loan.
Beanbags - £700, Books -
£200, Craft resources - £100,
Funding councillors - £300,
Toys - £100, Blank postcards -
£20 and balloons at charity
events - £100. Posters and leaflets
Fundraising for new premises. Clients willing to take part in
Furniture & resources and press features, and
rehab equipment. volunteers for events.
Dedicated support for
regional Dorset fundraising.
National support organising
Help children and families collections and events.
improve quality of living. Provide materials and
Services needed to help. support.
DVD players to replace VHS
players. New heating system
(£5,500), Promotional banner
stands (£250), Volunteers
support expenses (£3000),
Printers to replace old ones
(5x £80-100), Portable
heaters (£50). Running costs
of £250,000 per year with no
funding or grants from Not sure at the moment, but
government. Rely on are willing to discuss what
sponsorship and donations. they can do to help.
Playground at Portfield School
- thousands of pounds,
stimulating colours, shapes, Marketing, fundraising,
smells for equipment. General publicise events, lots of
school supplies - bus, contacts/celebrities, printing
computers, interactive board promotional materials, plan
etc. Advice line - £45,000 a events, ideas for
To give people Serious Crime
Training so they can help
more people 1-2-1 who are
victims of serious crime. Other
training and recruitment too.
They had a deficit of 3,200
pounds last year so are in Staff could support local
need of extra funding. RAG events.
Need artistic input from
professional writers/actors, Can provide the assistance
who have to be hired. of 10-15 volunteers.
To pay for legal information Can provide collection
and support, safety cards, buckets/boxes, sponsor
andprovide advice to police forms, T-shirts, ribbons.
and healthworkers etc. to help Would put photos of our
them protect those most at fundraising activities on
risk from violence at home. their website.
Need help just to keep afloat!
Need a new photocopying
machine, and a new powered Can send representatives to
chair. speak at events.
Rely on volunteers and all
volunteers need to be kitted
out with safety boots, high- Transport aid among other
visibility jackets etc. things.
Funding would go towards
supporting the research lab at Use of database,
Southampton General advertisement of events
and prominence of RAG
Hospital that is currently at the
forefront of drug development support given at events and
and cancer treatment. in press releases etc.
Supply of leaflets and
£6000 towards travel costs for posters, speakers to talk
volunteers and wheelchair about the charity and it's
accessible taxis. work at events and t-shirts.
Purchasing equipment for
their gardening service
'Roots'. Helping older people
who can't maintain their Include all our activities in
gardens. Funds to pay for their newsletter which is
trips for older people and distributed to around 300
volunteer expenses. To pay organisations and also
also for catering costs and provide PR/Press release
uniform costs. support.
Publicity materials - leaflets,
Costs £1000 to support a child flyers, collection tins and
for one year. £120 for 1 day's balloons. Advice for
holiday, £360 for a weekend successful fundraising, and
break. Aim to support 1000 provide volunteers where
children a year. possible.
Help to fund current projects Promote RAG fundraising,
at Poole Hospital, but also to help with PR and
help set up more projects to advertising. Send a
improve the spread. representative to events.