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A donation of just 35p per order can make a big difference to the lives of the children we support. Cottonridge will match every 35p donation you make, therefore doubling the amount we can donate together when you place your orders.
We support 2 charities, one here in the UK and one in South Africa. In the UK we support 'Children with Cancer'
and in South Africa we Support 'SOS Children's Villages'
Both are very worthy causes and your donations are split evenly between the two charities.
Cottonridge will take no administration fee from your donation so you can be assured that every single penny donated will reach the charities we sponsor. Each month we will report on the amount of funds that have been donated on our website and update you on what is happening in the charities and how the funds are being used.
So please support Cottonridge and together we can help these children live better, happier lives.
Children with Cancer UK
Children with Cancer UK aims are to determine the causes, find cures and provide care for children with cancer.
They fund life-saving research into the causes, prevention and treatment of childhood leukaemia and other childhood cancers, and work to protect young lives through essential welfare and campaigning programmes.
See more at http://www.childrenwithcancer.org.uk/about-us
SOS Children’s Villages
This charity has been working to improve the lives of children in South Africa since 1949.
SOS Children's Villages have villages and community projects all around the world, helping some of the world's most vulnerable children. Cottonridge has decided to support a village in Cape Town, South Africa.
They give children who have no one else to turn to the comfort and security of a new family and home in a SOS Children's Village. Regardless of race, religion or culture, children are given a new SOS mother, brothers and sisters and a home, where they can stay until they are old enough to lead their own independent lives. To help them achieve this, we provide these children and young people with the education, skills and knowledge they need to become contributing members of society.