The Carillion Charities Fund

The Carillion Charities Fund
The Carillion Charities Fund distributes money to charities nominated by Carillion employees worldwide.
In 2012, the Fund received over 450 nominations, and the funding pot was doubled to £50,000, with
100 charities being selected to benefit from Carillion’s Employee Charities Appeal.
Below are the 100 charities that each received £500:
1. 1st Bingley Scout Group
34. Dorothy House Hospice
2. 1st Houghton (St Michael’s) Scout Group
35. Dravet Syndrome UK
3. 7th Ashford Scout Group
36. Dyspraxia Foundation
4. Action for Happiness (The Young Foundation)
37. Edward’s Trust (bereavement charity)
5. Akamba Children’s Education Fund (ACEF)
38. Family Care Nottingham
6. Alder Hey Children’s Charity
39. Hartlepool & District Hospice
7. Ashgate Hospice
40. Holidays for Heroes Jersey (H4HJ)
8. Barrett’s Oesophagus Campaign
41. Iain Rennie
9. Bath Rugby Foundation
42. Imagineering Foundation
10. Birmingham Adult Dyslexia Group
43. IWIC
11. Blue Cross
44. James’s Wish to Walk
12. Bowel Cancer UK
45. Kids Help Phone
13. Bristol NW Foodbank (seeded by The Trussell Trust)
46. Knoxwood Wildlife Rescue Trust
14. British Lung Foundation Subsidiary Group – ‘Breathe Easy Nottingham’
47. Leeds Children’s Heart Surgery Fund
15. British Red Cross
48. Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research
16. British Skin Foundation
49. Little Brothers of the Good Shepherd
17. Butterfly Thyroid Cancer Trust
50. Little Hearts Matter
18. Butterwick Hospice
51. Longtown Mountain Rescue Team
52. Love Arts Festival (part of the Leeds Partnerships NHS Foundation
Trust Charitable Funds)
20. Canadian Transplant Association
21. CHAS (Children’s Hospice Association Scotland)
22. Chernobyl Children Lifeline (Newark Link)
23. Chest, Heart and Stroke Scotland
24. Childhood Eye Cancer Trust
25. Children with Cancer UK
26. Children’s Adventure Farm Trust
27. Children’s Hospice South West
28. ‘Clare Lodge Appeal’ (Saint Vincent de Paul)
29. Contact the Elderly (Bracknell Group)
30. County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust Charity
53. Merthyr Youth
54. Miles of Smiles (Chester) Limited
55. NAS National Autistic Society
56. Norfolk and Norwich Scope Association (NANSA)
57. Orchid – fighting male cancer
58. Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund
59. Penn Animal Welfare Society incorporating Wild Acre Rescue
60. Phelan McDermid Syndrome Foundation
61. Pilgrims Hospices
62. Queen Elizabeth Kidney Patient Association
31. Cumbria Community Foundation
32. Cure Leukaemia
33. Derian House Children’s Hospice
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63. Ramfel – The Refugee and Migrant Forum of East London
64. Recreation Ground, Seagry and Startley
65. Red Lion Group
66. Salvation Army
67. Save the Children
68. Scotty’s Little Soldiers
69. Sheffield Children’s Hospital
70. Shine (supporting spina bifida)
71. Spider-Y
72. Starfish Asia
73. Starlight Children’s Foundation Canada
74. Suffolk Family Carers
75. Sunnyside Kennels
76. The Baby Beat Appeal
77. The Beatson Oncology Centre Fund (BOCF)
78. The Brompton Fountain Hospital
79. The Colostomy Association
80. The Gauchers Association Ltd
81. The George Jeffrey Children’s Centre
82. The Holly Trust (funds the fight against bowel cancer)
83. The Institute of Cancer Research: Royal Cancer Hospital
84. The Lauren Currie Twilight Foundation
85. The Make a Wish Foundation
86. The Marfan Association UK
87. The Myotubular Trust
88. The National Miscarriage Association
89. The Northern Brainwave Appeal
90. The Play Barn Project
91. The South Tees Hospital Charitable Trust
92. The Tree of Hope
93. The Walton Neuroscience Fund
94. Tiny Lives Special Care Babies Fund
95. TLC Appeal (support for children in A&E)
96. Wellchild
97. West Wirral District Scout Council
98. Westcroft Community Foundation
99. Woodlarks Camp Site Trust
100. World Vision
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our 2020 sustainability strategy