Project 21 is a charity incorporated on the Isle of Man that needs your assistance in raising Â£300,000 in support of the fabulous facility that has been built on the island for people with severe learning difficulties
ASK Outreach Trust based on the Isle of Man is a charity that helps the destitute people in Bangalore, India. It endeavours to give dignity to the dying, education and support to women and a quality of life to children who have been abandoned and neglected.
Drop Inn Ministries based on the Isle of Man provides for orphanages, hospitals and the community. Drop Inn Ministries deliver humanitarian aid and supplies around the world with the number of countries they support increasing.
Friends of Robert Owen House helping to provide hotel type accommodation for Isle of Man residents whilst loved ones find themselves in one of Britainâs top âHospitals of Excellence - the Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital - featured under Isle of Man charities.
Down's Syndrome Isle of Man featured under Isle of Man Charities on The Best of The Isle of Man is a parent run group established over 30 years ago to provide support to people and families with Downâs Syndrome.
Diana Princess of Wales Care at Home Trust provides high quality nursing care to patients who have a life-limiting illness or a progressive disease where curative treatment is no longer possible or appropriate and where the patient wishes to remain at home on the Isle of Man.
The Commonwealth Games Association of the Isle of Man is a charity responsible for the publicity, fundraising and support of Team Isle of Man at each Commonwealth Games. This also involves the accreditation of athletes and officials.
Cruse Bereavement Care Isle of Man featured under charities provide a range of services for individuals and groups affected by bereavement.It is a charity that promotes and develop information and awareness of services on offer and endeavour to ensure client services are needs-based.
Crossroads for Carers is an Isle of Man based charity providing help and support to those caring for others on the island. Anyone can become a carer at any time and looking after someone with a disability, serious illness, substance abuse or mental health issue can often be very stressful and Crossroads for Carers are there to help.
BallaAfrica was registered as a Manx charity in June 2008 by Johan Loubser with the help of both staff and students from Ballakermeen High School, Douglas, Isle of Man. The primary project is raising the Â£100,000 needed to fund the building of the Community Centre on the outskirts of Bronkhorstspruit.
We found the perfect bookcase at the hospice warehouse. It was in excellent condition and the staff were very helpfull. The delivery was prompt. Many thanks to Chris at the hospice warehouse who handled...