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Smalls for All

Smalls for All® is a charity which collects and distributes underwear to help women and children in Africa and (from 1 August 2019) the UK. For some people, pants and bras are an unaffordable luxury. But they can make a life-changing difference. For example, having pants can help teenage girls complete their education without having to miss school each month during their period. The underwear we collect has gone to many African countries including Ethiopia, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Namibia, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zanzibar. We partner with other specialist charities to help us reach those in need. This includes people living in orphanages, slums, IDP camps and schools, as well as those in hospitals suffering from medical conditions like obstetric fistula. For her work with Smalls, our founder Maria Macnamara has received a 'point of light' award, been honoured with an MBE and awarded an honorary doctorate by the Open University.Smalls for All is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation. Charity No: SC041689

Read more... Registered Charity Number: SC041689

Olivia Inspires

A Charity to Allow the Spirit of Olivia Burt to Live OnOur daughter Olivia was a gifted and beautiful young woman who inspired others. Only 20 years old, she was killed in February 2018 in a horrendous incident at Durham, where she was a first-year student studying natural sciences.She was just embarking on a journey that would have doubtless seen her leaving a lasting mark on our world. But more than this, everyone who knew Olivia remembers her smile and her kindness, and how she would go out of her way to help people.Olivia has been taken from us, but Olivia Inspires aims to allow her spirit to live on by helping young people in her home, the New Forest to realise their potential.About OliviaOlivia lived most of her 20 years in the New Forest, in the village of Milford on Sea. Her death came as a shock to everyone, all the more so because of her kindness, selflessness, and courage, which shone through in everything she did. Olivia achieved many things in her short life and always tried to be the best that she could be in everything she did. She started sailing Optimists when she was 5 years old, moving into Lasers, 4.7s and Radials. She sailed internationally in GBR teams in all of these classes. As a gifted pupil at Bournemouth School for Girls, she was fully involved in her school community leading to her being chosen as Head Girl. She did all of this and much more with an infectious smile and a willingness to help others.What Olivia Inspires DoesOlivia Inspires will help children and young people aged 11 to 18 years, whose families live in the New Forest District Council area and who are facing financial hardship. Grants of normally no more than £500, will be awarded for items or services which enable them to develop their potential in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics), the arts and sport. Olivia Inspires is a charity registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales, registration number 1181719.

Read more... Registered Charity Number: 1181719

Marlow Rowing Club

Marlow Rowing Club is a charity that promotes community participation in healthy recreation through the sport of rowing. We do this by across a wide range of areas of participation:We have the UK's largest para squadWe have high performance junior squad that teaches around eighty juniors to row each year and then develops these junior athletes to a level where a number get selected for the Junior and Senior National SquadsWe teach around one hundred adults to row each year and provide their springboard into recreational or competitive rowingWe have a large veteran group and run 'Go-Row' indoor classes for retirees as a means of participating in low impact exerciseLike many amateur clubs, the bulk of our activities are supported by our brilliant group of volunteers. Again, like many clubs, our overheads are covered by the members subscriptions, but anything else we need to do to start new projects or keep the facilities and fleet renewed come from donations and other fund-raising. Your help would be most welcome.

Read more... Registered Charity Number: 1148327
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