Over the last eight years the Macau event has donated over 2millon HK dollars to nominated charities.
If you are a Charity and want to get your supporters to raise individual sponsorship for your Charity you can use the image below on your website – if you email us your Charity logo and hyperlink you will be featured as a charity partner on our website. – Email email@example.com
We will notify you of TEAM entries that choose to raise individual funds for your charity and you can direct them where to pay their donations to e.g. Your charities just giving page etc.
The Deep is an education and conservation charity and as such, conservation is at the heart of the business.
The Deep team are passionate about protecting the oceans and the species that live within, so all projects focus on the aquatic environment. From protecting penguins in Antarctica and monitoring Manta Ray populations in the Red Sea to safeguarding the future of endangered animals, the team of dedicated scientists are truly making a difference.
As a not-for-profit charity, 100% of the money raised through the aquarium goes directly towards pioneering research and conservation work. It is thanks to the support of loyal customers, that The Deep is able to carry out work both in-house, in the UK and right across the world.
Founded in 1985 by parents and carers of people with a learning disability, CASE is a local charity working with local people and their families towards creating better life opportunities. Everything that we do is focused on improving our clients’ lives to help them to grow as individuals, develop their independence and by learning new skills so that they can actively contribute in the community.
CASE Training Ltd, is a Registered Charity (No. 1051587) dedicated to improving the life choices of people with a learning disability living in Hull and the immediate East Riding of Yorkshire. Based in central Hull in recently refurbished premises, it provides support to Adults (16 years+) with mild to moderate learning disabilities who may also have associated physical, sensory and mental disabilities. CASE trainees benefit from a range of training, personal development and social activities underpinned by extensive welfare support which extends to families and carers.
The Daisy Appeal at Castle Hill Hospital is raising funds to equip a unique, state-of-the-art facility working to develop new radiotracers for use in cancer, cardiovascular and dementia imaging in a new Cyclotron and Radiopharmacy Unit. The charity has completed a huge amount at the hospital, building an £8m research centre, which opened in 2008, and creating the £4.5m Jack Brignall PET-CT (Positron Emission Tomography-Computed Tomography) Scanning Centre in July 2014 which uses a state-of-the-art flow-edge Siemens scanner and accommodates more than 2500 scans per year. Currently all the scans are undertaken on patients with cancer. The second and final piece in the jigsaw will be the construction of the £7.2m Cyclotron and Radiopharmacy Unit sited next to the existing scanning centre. The cyclotron will give the capacity to create the radiotracers as they are needed, making the facility able to detect the early signs of cancer, cardiovascular disease and dementia. Until now such imaging has only been possible in a selective research environment. The aim is to make the technology available to all patients, thereby improving their clinical care. The charity is working with scientific colleagues at the University of Hull and the facility has the opportunity to become the leading UK site for this new technology. In excess of £18m has been raised since the charity started in 2002 and it is on course to raise a further £1.6m to complete this final phase in the development.
In fact, as a Charity they only receive help through secondment of paramedics from the NHS, through Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust.
To keep both of Yorkshire`s air ambulances in the air they need to raise £12,000 per day. This is equivalent to £4.4 million per year. As a rapid response air emergency service the Charity serves a population of approximately 5 million people across 4 million acres.
Their two Air Ambulances operate from The Nostell Priory Estate near Wakefield and RAF Topcliffe near Thirsk, and together both Air Ambulances cover the whole of the region.
The Yorkshire Cricket Foundation is a registered charity that delivers community projects across the county. Using the power of cricket, the foundation aims to make a lasting, positive impact on the lives of those living in Yorkshire.
To deliver our work the Yorkshire Cricket Foundation works closely with The Yorkshire County Cricket Club and the Yorkshire Cricket Board to maximise the opportunities available for everyone to learn, participate and benefit from sport.
Our four key themes are; Health and Wellbeing, Heritage, Education and Participation and our projects, programmes and activities are focused on these key areas.
The organisers of the Hull Eco Trail Trekker event would be delighted if your TEAM would pledge to raise additional funds for any of the above wonderful charities through personal sponsorships.
All you need to do is tick the Charity your TEAM wishes to raise additional funds for on the drop-down section on the TEAM Entries Registration page.
Your details will be passed on to your charity of choice to enable them to contact you.
Further to our pledge to donate a minimum of 50% of your entry fees to the nominated charities you may wish to raise funds through personal sponsorship for a charity or cause of your choice. If you choose to do this for another charity or good cause we ask that you request from them how they would like you to pledge your sponsorship donations.