What's Right choose several local good causes to support who will benefit from any business generated by our trusted partners as a result of What's Right membership. The client benefits by using superior products, services and advice at competitive prices with part of the proceeds being donated to the chosen good cause.
What's Right and its trusted partners aim to help people and make a difference without making a difference to the costs of benefactor companies, thus creating extra funding without adding to client costs.
St Peters Hospice
St Peter's Hospice is Bristol's only hospice caring for local people with incurable illnesses, usually cancer.
Our specialist palliative care is provided free of charge at our two hospices and across Bristol, by our Community Nurse Specialists and Hospice at Home teams.
On this website we have sections for patients and families, information specifically for health professionals and news and events sections, which are updated regularly, so don't forget to check back to find out what we're up to and how you can get involved.
Charity Registration No. 269177
The Rainbow Centre
The Rainbow Centre for Children is a charity for children and their families from Bristol and the surrounding area including Somerset, South Wales and Gloucestershire.
They help families deal with the pain, grief, anger and sadness that can be caused by the death or life threatening illness of a child or parent and the impact that has on individual family members as well as the family as a whole. Families come to us not only because someone has died from an illness but also as a result of road traffic accidents, suicide or murder
Charity Registration No. 1120461
The Southmead Project
Our mission is to tackle reoccurring problematic drug/alcohol misuse and other ways of self-harming by addressing correlated causal factors such as historic trauma.
Childhood trauma, if not addressed, can often lead to difficulties as adults, including drugs and alcohol use
Southmead Project's Touchstone service offers a confidential space where professional counsellors will listen and explore ways of reclaiming lives affected by abuse and addiction.
Charity Registration No. 1076617
Tel:0117 950 6022
Terminal Illness Care
Jessie May Trust
Our vision is a world in which all children and young people with life limiting conditions are empowered and able to access the support they want for themselves and their families. We aim to ensure that they have the very best quality of life possible and can exercise their right to live and to be cared for in their own homes with their families.
Our mission is to work in partnership with families and other agencies to deliver and develop quality respite and palliative care services in the home for all children and young people with life limiting conditions and their families who choose them and who live in our geographical area.
Tel:0117 961 6840
Building a positive future for Children
CCS Adoption is a supportive and independent voluntary adoption charity and this year we're celebrating 110 years of finding families for children who need them.
We are a single function agency and not for profit. We put all our expertise and energy into providing an 'Outstanding' adoption service across the South West, including Bristol, South Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire, Somerset, Bath and North East Somerset, North Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire.
Our adopters' feedback shows a very high level of satisfaction with the support they receive from us, this support is easily accessible and described by our adopters as lifelong.
Tel:0117 935 0005
We inspire young people to succeed through enterprise
Young Enterprise is the United Kingdom’s largest business and enterprise education charity. Every year we help 250,000 young people learn about business and the world of work in the classroom under the guidance of a network of 5,000 volunteers from 3,500 companies.
Young Enterprise’s mission statement is "to inspire and equip young people to learn and succeed through enterprise." Its guiding principle is to do this through "learning by doing"
Our programmes range from our Primary Programme and Company Programme to the university-level Start-up initiative with many variations in between. In fact we offer something for every year of education from the age of 4 to 25. We are the UK’s leading figure in enterprise education delivering over 4 million learning hours each year.
Charity Registration No. 313697
Wild Place Project a fun, family attraction providing outdoor adventure, play and learning
Wild Place Project
Inspiring families to enjoy nature with a number of outdoor adventures from discovering wildlife from the UK and around the world with our seasonal themed trails, explore the woods and climbing in the undercover Fun Fort. Or simply enjoy a great range of hot food & drinks in our quaint guest village.
Visitors to Wild Place Project can meet amazing animals from across the world from the mischievous lemurs of Madagascar to the striking grey wolves of Europe.
Wild Place Project was opened by the Bristol Zoological Society with an emphasis on protecting threatened habitats on our doorsteps and around the globe.
Charity Registration No. 1104986
Tel:0117 980 7175
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