The National Youth Music Theatre works with young people aged 11 to 21 through music theatre workshops and productions.
Chilterns Dog Rescue Society was founded in 1963 by Mrs Dolly Bromley so our history now stretches over 50 years. Since 1963, over 18,000 dogs have been homed. Not only does the Society care for and find homes for lost and abandoned dogs, owners circumstances sometimes change and this can result in dogs coming into our care. Whatever the reason, these dogs are cared for by the Society until the right new home can be found for them. Our priority is the dogs and we will always put the dogs first.
Childhood and young adults cancer research into Rhabdomyosarcoma cancer.
Church Homeless Trust is a small charity that receives no government funding and is entirely reliant on donations. We help homeless people of all ages, faiths, and nationalities to rebuild their lives with support grants that meet their individual needs. The more tools they are given to be independent, the less chance they have of returning to homelessness. We fund the training, items, activities, counselling and skills people need to rediscover their sense of purpose and feel part of society again. The grants are small, usually between £50 and £300, but to people who have nothing they mean a second chance. They change lives.
An Independent organisation providing free, confidential and impartial advice and information on all subjects to anyone. The address and telephone number of your local CAB can be found in the telephone directory. For CAB advice online, see www.adviceguide.org.uk. To enquire about local volunteering opportunities call 08451 264 264 (local rate). Remember, when contacting us, either by telephone or facsimile, that both numbers are for admin only.