As a company we are proud to support the following charities, both at home and further afield:
Rebuilding Sri Lanka
Rebuilding Sri Lanka (RSL) was founded in the aftermath of the tsunami on Boxing Day 2004 initially for emergency relief of housing, food, clean water and medication. One of the founder shareholders of Cavendish Trust was caught up in the tsunami and has been involved with RSL from the beginning. After the relief effort RSL has concentrated on the educational and nutritional needs of the many orphaned and impoverishedchildren, having opened eleven libraries throughout Sri Lanka as well as three schools. RSL also has numerous projects helping the widowed and disabled. Cavendish Trust has supported RSL for over 10 years.
Please visit www.rebuildingsrilanka.org.uk for more information and to make a donation.
The League of Friends of Noble’s Hospital
The League of Friends of Noble’s Hospital is an Isle of Man based registered charity which was founded in 1951. The League of Friends is a charitable organization that provides extra facilities and comfort for those who are undergoing treatment at Nobles Hospital. The Friends receive requests from the staff on a regular basis to provide items which are needed and this can be anything from emergency courtesy packs to special items of equipment beyond the resources of Hospital finances.
Please visit http://friendsofnobles.com/ for more information
Paws for Therapy (Isle of Man)
Paws for Therapy is an Isle of Man-based registered charity which was formed in 2007. It arranges for registered and assessed animals to carry out therapeutic visits to hospices, nursing, residential and care homes, day care centres, special needs units and schools, and mainstream schools. Paws for Therapy is run completely by volunteers and those who are on the register give up their time to visit the hospices, nursing homes etc.
Please visit http://pawsfortherapy.org.im/ for more information
Rebecca House is a children’s wing in the Hospice, Isle of Man. It is a purpose-built facility that opened in November 2007 and it provides respite, palliative and end of life care for children with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions from birth to 18 years. Rebecca House offers a safe haven and a home from home environment in which physical, emotional, recreational and spiritual care is offered and implemented in a way appropriate to the child and their family.
Please visit http://www.hospice.org.im/rebecca-house/ for more information.
Macmillan Cancer Support
Macmillan Cancer Support is a charity which provides support to cancer sufferers from the moment of diagnosis, through treatment and beyond. Macmillan also provides a source of support to the millions of cancer patient supporters, professionals, volunteers, and campaigners.
Visit Website: http://www.macmillan.org.uk/
The Finley’s Tracks charity was established in the Isle of Man in April 2014 to provide support and guidance to the families of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy sufferers. The inspiration for the charity is the story of Finley’s Tracks life who is a Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy sufferer