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Since first establishing in 2002, giving back to the community has always been a priority of Sellick Partnership. Across the UK we work with a wide range of regional and national charities and we encourage all of our staff to get involved as much as possible.
Each year, we encourage our people to participate in a volunteer day where they can devote their time to helping to support a great cause within their local community.
Our chosen charities for 2018/19 are:
- me&dee - this Derby based charity provides holidays for adults and children facing life threatening and life shortening conditions and also supports military members with serious psychological and physical injuries in two holiday homes based in Mablethorpe in Lincolnshire. Find out more about me&dee on their website.
- The Lord's Taverners - this is the UK's leading youth cricket and disability sports charity that is dedicated to giving disadvantaged and disabled young people a sporting chance. Find out more about The Lord's Taverners on their website.
- St Ann's Hospice - named as one of the oldest hospices in the country, St Ann's Hospice cares for and helps around 3,000 patients and their families and carers every year who are affected by life-limiting illnesses. The hospice delivers care that is special and unique to each individual person, free of charge. Visit their website for more information.
- Wood Street Mission - this is a Manchester based children's charity whose aim is to support families that are impacted by poverty, offering practical help and providing everyday items that most of us take for granted. Visit their website to see how you can get involved.
- Mustard Tree - an established charity that has a proven track record of supporting people across Greater Manchester in poverty and facing homelessness. To find out more about how Mustard Tree can help, visit their website.
- The Whitechapel Centre - the leading homeless and housing charity for the Liverpool region that supports people who are sleeping rough, living in hostels or struggling to manage their accommodation. To read more about what they do, find out by visiting their website.
- End Furniture Poverty - a Liverpool based charity launched in 2015 to raise awareness of Furniture Poverty who's aim is to provide individuals with access to essential items of furniture and appliances needed to live to a liveable standard. Visit their website to find out more.
- Mind - a leading charity that provides advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. We campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding. Find out more about how Mind could help you or somebody that you know by visiting their website.
- Leeds Children's Charity - this Leeds based charity works alongside Lineham Farm Children’s Centre to ensure that young people in need are supported. Leeds Children’s Charity creates happy childhood memories for the neediest of families, with fun-filled, week long breaks. Find out more by visiting their website.
- Alzheimer's Society - this is a UK care and research charity which was set up to support people with dementia and their carers. Find out more about how they can help by visiting their website.
- The People's Kitchen - founded in 1985, this Newcastle based charity was set up to support homeless and disadvantaged individuals in the Newcastle region. Find out how you can get in touch via their website.