We support three charities at Renovation Insurance Brokers:
Rise Africa is a local charity set up by a schoolgirl from Kimbolton School which helps support the education of some the most vulnerable children in Tanzania.
Tanzania is one of the poorest countries in the world. Around 58% of the population are living on less than $1 a day, with 9 in 10 of these poor people living out in rural areas – their survival entirely dependent on the farming of their livestock and crops.
By providing these disadvantaged children (most of whom are orphans) through sponsorship, with free education and training, Rise Africa helps young people to become self-sufficient and escape the vicious cycle of poverty.
To find out how you can help, please visit the Rise Africa website.
Grief Encounter is a UK-based charity which supports bereaved children and their families.
Having lost his own father at the age of 17, Douglas understands the importance of helping children and families through the grieving process.
When a child’s parent, sibling or significant loved one dies, their world changes forever. That’s where charities such as Grief Encounter come to these children’s aid by offering them the support they need to help them rebuild their lives.
By providing invaluable services such as E-counselling and organising family fun days, Grief Encounter helps alleviate the pain caused by the death of someone close.
For more information on the work that this charity does, please visit the Grief Encounter website.
The Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust is a leading UK charity that’s been researching and developing game and wildlife management techniques for over 80 years.
The Trust believes strongly that scientific research should underpin sustainable conservation practices in the great, British countryside.
By working alongside farmers, landowners and government policy makers, this charity works hard to help enhance the biodiversity of the British countryside.
It’s their research and hard work that means we’re able to enjoy a countryside rich in game and other wildlife.
To learn more about the work that GWCT does, please visit the Game and Wildlife Conservation Trust website.
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