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Supported organisations

Crisis UK

Crisis is dedicated to ending homelessness. They believe that in 21st century Britain, everybody should have a safe and secure place to live.

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Depaul UK

Founded 25 years ago, Depaul UK is the nationwide charity for youth homelessness, working to tackle the immediate and long term effects of homelessness and provide safe and stable futures for young people who are left behind by society and are severely disadvantaged.

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Kinship

The charity wants every kinship family to have the recognition, value and support they need and deserve.

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Missing People

Missing People offers a lifeline for the 250,000 people who run away and go missing each year. They also provide support for family and friends.

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Re-engage

Re-engage is a national charity dedicated to combating loneliness and social isolation amongst older people.

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Royal Voluntary Service

Royal Voluntary Service is a national charity that helps older people stay active, healthy and involved in their local community. Since 2015, funds raised by players have helped Royal Voluntary Service to provide practical help, companionship and social activities for over 30,000 older people.

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The Prince of Wales's Charitable Foundation

The Prince of Wales's Charitable Foundation uses the income it earns from its commercial ventures to support charitable causes across the UK.

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The Reader

The Reader is a national charity which pioneers Shared Reading, a simple idea that changes lives.

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The Silver Line

The Silver Line is the UK’s only free, confidential, 24-hour helpline for lonely and vulnerable older people offering information, friendship and advice and available every single day and night of the year.

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Volunteering Matters

Volunteering Matters develops and delivers high impact volunteer-led solutions in response to some of the most difficult challenges facing individuals and their communities today.

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