Charity Initiatives

Jacqueline and the Directors and staff of Poppy Cottage have pledged their support in the local community and local and national charities in the hope that we can ‘give back’ to those in need outside of our company.

Recently supported Charities include:

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Alexander Jansons Foundation

We fund medical research into Myocarditis to further research and save lives Alexander Jansons Foundation was set up after the death of Alexander Jansons in July 2013 he was 18. Myocarditis a virus which attacks the heart & affects individuals of all ages most frequent in the young.The Foundation will fund a research paper into cause prevention cures therefore saving lives.

www.alexanderjansonsfoundation.org
patricia@alexanderjansonsfoundation.org

Alexander Jansons Foundation Registered charity number 1154847

Poppy Cottage were pleased to donate to Nexus Consultancy Limited’s Sky Dive for AJF.

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Help The Homeless

Help The Homeless makes grants to charitable organisations with the aim of helping homeless people return to the community and enabling them to resume a normal life.

These organisations vary from small groups to established residential or training facilities.

www.help-the-homeless.org.uk

Help the Homeless. UK Registered Charity No. 271988

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Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK and is the name given to cancers that have first developed in breast tissue. There are many different types. Thanks to research, more people are surviving breast cancer than ever before. Every year around 11,500 women and 80 men die from breast cancer – that’s nearly 1,000 deaths each month.

What we do

More than 50,000 women in the UK are diagnosed with breast cancer every year – and one woman every 45 minutes loses her life to the disease.

We can’t live with that

We believe that if we all act now, by 2050, everyone who develops breast cancer will live.
But to make it happen, we need your help.

We’re researching

We’re funding over £26 million worth of cutting-edge research, supporting nearly 400 of the brightest scientists make the discoveries we need to stop women dying from breast cancer. But we need to invest at least £300 million over the next 10 years to make this a reality.

We’re campaigning for change

Right now, too many life-saving, life-extending drugs simply aren’t getting to patients. We’re working with politicians, the NHS and other decision makers to unlock new and off-patent drugs, so women with breast cancer can get the treatments they so desperately need.

We’re raising awareness

Through our public health campaigns, we’re helping thousands of women become breast aware – and we’re making sure they know what changes and risk factors to look out for. Because the earlier breast cancer is detected, the greater the chance of surviving it.

We’re working together

We’re bringing together the brightest minds, the best fundraisers and the most determined campaigners, partners and Patient Advocates. We’re working with people who’ve been touched by the disease, so that, together – we can stop it.
http://breastcancernow.org/