Charities

30% of our total turnover is put back into the Public Sector, which includes donations across these four Charities - Charities We Support

Alder Hey Logo

Alder Hey Children’s Charity

Alder Hey Children’s Charity raises vital funds to help make Alder Hey Children’s Hospital a truly world-class, patient-friendly hospital for the 330,000 patients and families we care for every year. Since April 2013, over £45.9m has been raised for a range of life-saving medical equipment and facilities that are making a real difference to families every day. The charity helps to fund a range of activities and projects that are designed to enhance and improve the lives of patients. This includes the funding of specialist medical equipment to ensure the Trusts brilliant surgeons and clinical staff have the most up to date and cutting edge technology available and funding hi-tech distraction equipment designed and proven to reduce pain and anxiety in patients.
Guide Dog Uk

Guide Dogs UK

The Guide Dogs story started in 1931 and the charity has gone from strength to strength since those early days. Today Guide Dogs is the world’s largest breeder and trainer of working dogs and thanks to their dedicated staff and volunteers we’ve helped over 29,000 people to achieve life-changing independence.

Over the coming years Gide Dogs UK are looking to increase the number of guide dog partnerships, whilst also developing a broader range of services that will help more people who are blind and partially sighted to get out and about on their own terms. The charities future direction and strategy outlines how they aim to reach and support many more individuals over the next five years, from 200,000 people today, to 500,000 by 2023.

Alzheimers Society1

Alzheimer’s Society

The Guide Dogs story started in 1931 and the charity has gone from strength to strength since those early days. Today Guide Dogs is the world’s largest breeder and trainer of working dogs and thanks to their dedicated staff and volunteers we’ve helped over 29,000 people to achieve life-changing independence.

Over the coming years Gide Dogs UK are looking to increase the number of guide dog partnerships, whilst also developing a broader range of services that will help more people who are blind and partially sighted to get out and about on their own terms. The charities future direction and strategy outlines how they aim to reach and support many more individuals over the next five years, from 200,000 people today, to 500,000 by 2023.

The Whitechapel Centre

The Whitechapel Centre

The Whitechapel Centre was started in 1975 to meet the needs of homeless people. This is still the charities main aim but we have learnt a lot since then consistently facing new challenges and continually adapting to meet them. The Whitechapel Centre has over 120 staff who are supported by over 60 volunteers, all governed by a Board of Trustees. The services provided by the charity have grown in scope, experience and professionalism and they now have a reputation for their ability to “get things done”. It is essential to empower and enable people to live independently and they work with some of the most vulnerable, isolated and lonely people in the community. The charities daily activity sessions build confidence, skills and capability whilst support workers prepare clients to take on a tenancy, deal with health issues or addictions, develop budgeting skills and move into suitable, good quality homes.

Request a Framework Client Guide

Please insert your details and download to access your copy of the Procure Partnerships Framework Client Guide.

Client Guide