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The Wight Aid Foundation

The primary purpose of WightAid is to provide funding to charities, groups and organisations
which aim to improve the lives of people who are living on the Isle of Wight.
More specifically, WightAid shall support underfunded charities, projects and good causes
across the Isle of Wight that help those in need especially the vulnerable, disadvantaged and
disabled, play a fuller role in society.

 

 

Registered Address: The WightAID Foundation, Elm Lane, Calbourne, Isle of Wight, PO30 4JY

Telephone: 01983 555915

Registered Charity No. 1166476

https://www.wightaid.org/

Sailors Children Society

The Sailor’s Children Society

Families come to us usually after a traumatic event such as bereavement, diagnosis of a terminal illness or the breakdown of a marital relationship. We provide ongoing support for the children until the family is again self-sufficient or until the children have left full time education. All the families we help are on a means tested benefit which ensures we only help those in most need.

The Society is funded via donations, legacies, local fundraising events, trusts and grants such as Seafarers UK, Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity and Trinity House. In these uncertain economic times the funding we receive from our major funders and Trusts is extremely important to us. Without this funding we would struggle to help all of our existing families and also seafaring families in the future.

 

Registered Address: Francis Reckitt House, Newland, Cottingham Road, Hull HU6 7RJ
Telephone: 01482 342331
Registered Charity No. 224505
Company limited by guarantee registered no. 159673

https://www.sailorschildren.org.uk/