Registered charity that connects charities and social enterprises with philanthropic capital.
Carnegie UK Trust
A not for profit foundation set up by Andrew Carnegie, the Scots-American philanthropist, to investigate areas of public concern and influence policy and practice, develop civil society and democracy, and support rural development.
The Cranfield Trust
Provides volunteer professionals from the commercial sector to help charities with management issues as mentors or advisers; includes a guide to their scheme, both for charities and prospective volunteers, with contacts.
The David Brownlow Charitable Foundation
Dedicated to enhancing the lives and wellbeing of individuals and communities where there is an element of disadvantage, through personal development such as education, the provision of new equipment, or the improvement and regeneration of their community.
England Footballers Foundation
The national football squad's charitable initiative, raising funds for a number of charities; includes news, background, and contacts.
Fidelity UK Foundation
A UK registered charity whose objective is to strengthen the long-term effectiveness of charitable organisations.
The Jane Tomlinson Appeal
Established by the late Jane Tomlinson CBE to raise funds for children's and cancer charities; includes details of their fundraising efforts and events, grants distributed, news, and contacts.
Licensed Trade Charity
Charity which supports and cares for people in the licensed drinks trade. Includes information on schools, grants and other way the charity can help.
Queen Mother's Clothing Guild
Set up in 1882 to distribute new linen and clothing for men, women, children through relevant charities to the sick and needy; describes the way they work, with a history, events, details of local groups, and contacts.
The Taylor Family Foundation
Aims to help and support children and young people, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds, in the areas of education, health, recreation and the performing arts.
Charity which works to provide special days for seriously ill 16-40 year olds and their families.
Worshipful Livery Company of Wales
Provides a social network for its members throughout the Principality and in recent years has extended its programme of events to include branches in North Wales and in London.