Charity

David Savill Photography believes that Charities are vital for some less fortunate peoples very existence. With financial support being the worst it has ever been in history for such vital (often life saving) help for people David Savill Photography understands how important it is for Charities to have as much exposure and promotion as possible so that people who may need them are able to discover them!

a list of local Charities which could help you near Cheltenham, Gloucestershire:

http://www.jameshopkinstrust.org.uk
The James Hopkins Trust is a charity which provides practical help for severely disabled, life threatened and life limited young children with nursing needs, aged 5 years and under, living in Gloucestershire.

http://www.gloucestercharitiestrust.co.uk
Gloucester Charities Trust (GCT) can proudly trace it's roots back through the years to the provision of charitable care and support to those in need by the monks of St Peter's Abbey in 12th Century Gloucester.

http://www.joannatrollope.com
Joanna set up this Trust many years ago. Joanna has always had a keen commitment to education, the disabled and the homeless and believed it was very necessary have a charity that could help in a very particular way. So, the chief aim of her Trust is to assist the young people of Gloucestershire overcome disadvantage. Many individuals and charities have benefited over the years and everyone is most welcome to apply.

http://www.thefamilyhaven.com
The Family Haven was established in 1988 to help disadvantaged and vulnerable families in Gloucestershire to a brighter future. We help parents and their pre-school children by providing a warm, caring and supportive day centre where assistance and encouragement is available to help them to improve the quality of their lives.

http://www.cloudnine.org.uk
Cloud 9 is a local charity that works to provide holidays for children in Gloucestershire who suffer from acute and chronic illness. Many of these children have spent long periods in hospital and undergone painful treatments. Some have had to endure an extensive regime of medications and therapies on a daily basis that have denied them the freedom of a trouble free childhood, which we all take for granted.

http://www.autism.org.uk
We are the leading UK charity for people with autism (including Asperger syndrome) and their families. We provide information, support and pioneering services, and campaign for a better world for people with autism.