All the money you raise will help children, the disadvantaged and the vulnerable.
With your help, we can raise £100,000 for the amazing charities below. Between them, they help vulnerable people in the UK and the world’s poorest countries.
Comic Relief is a major charity based in the UK, with a vision of a just world, free from poverty. They work all year round to make this vision a reality. Since they started in 1985, with the support of some remarkable people, they’ve achieved amazing things and raised over £1 billion.
To drive positive change through the power of entertainment. They do three main things:
The Cornwall Community Foundation aims to improve the lives of isolated, disadvantaged and vulnerable people in Cornwall.
They have the expertise and local knowledge to help donors support the local causes and charities they care about, enabling them to make an impact through their giving. They identify issues of importance to their donors and facilitate investment to grassroots, front line, volunteer-led organisations on their behalf – making a real difference to people’s lives across Cornwall.
The CCF is affiliated to UK Community Foundations (UKCF) and is quality accredited to standards endorsed by the Charity Commission. UKCF represents the Community Foundations nationally and helps channel funding from national organisations such as Comic Relief and Big Lottery.
ROC (Robert Owen Communities) became part of United Response, a national learning disability charity on 1st April 2016. All the funds raised by Si-am will support the development of ROC Wellbeing services.
ROC Wellbeing Services offer a range of innovative programmes and creative activities designed to improve the health and wellbeing of the people we support and to increase learning and work opportunities in Cornwall and Devon.
In Cornwall alone, the ROC Wellbeing services include a 46 acre livestock farm; a fitness and healthy living service integrated within a local leisure centre; ROC Welcome, a vibrant social club – probably Cornwall’s largest; and ROC College which provides community based education for young people.