Well done to Invest In ME who are this month’s Cause of the Month and win a £200 donation from Viking. Watch this space for details of the next Cause of the Month competition.
Please take a moment to vote for one the good causes on our shortlist this month – the cause with the most votes fairly cast at noon on 30th September will win a £200 donation from the fantastic folk at Viking .
Thanks to everyone who nominated this month and big thanks to Viking for continuining to help us support good causes.
About the causes
Wheels for Wellbeing helps anyone and everyone get on a bike and campaigns to increase the profile of disabled cyclists.
Pathfinder Guide Dog Programme provide German Shepherd guide dogs to blind people and raise awareness of blindness, differing abilities and dog welfare in the community.
MS Research Training and Education Multiple sclerosis (MS) affects young people, its progress is relentless and most will have some level of disability by the age of 30. MS Research wants to see more research to prevent disability and to help find a cure.
2nd Rossendale Scout Group/Band are based in Bacup in Lancashire and are one of the few scout bands left. The band provides facilities for children to learn to play and free lessons and mentoring from older members of the band.
Nightline Association provide a confidential listening, emotional support, information and supplies service, run by students for students at their university. They work to improve student mental health and well-being.
Monty’s Corner is a community support site sponsored by Childhood Cancer Prevention Research and supports children going through cancers treatments and their parents. September is the international childhood cancers awareness month.
Invest in ME is an an independent UK charity campaigning for bio-medical research into Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (M.E.).
Ysgol Hafodwenog PTA Hafodwenog School is a small rural school desperately hanging onto small community life in a low income community. 45 children would benefit greatly from winning this month.
Great Yarmouth Salvation Army Kids Club offers 3 venues where young people from the ages of 5 to 24 can hang out in a safe enviroment.
Monsters Wheelchair Fund Monsters Flyball Team are going to raise £12,000 to purchase Hollie Byrnes an All-terrain wheelchair. This will enable Hollie and her Dogs for the Disabled Assistance dog Hilton to safely access more than just flat surfaces and will also enable Hollie and Hilton to compete at all flyball venues throughout the year along with their Monster teammates!