Support: Equal Rights



The Objects of PARITY are those set out in the current PARITY constitution, namely: - to promote and protect the equal rights of men and women to the enjoyment of all civil, political, economic social and cultural rights under the law; - to institute proceedings in the UK or appropriate European Courts for the purpose of establishing or protecting any such equal rights.

Support: Cancer

Penny Brohm Cancer Care

UK: Bristol

Our aim is to bring improved health and enrichment to everyone affected by cancer. Whether you’re dealing with a first-time diagnosis, or you are further on in your cancer journey and are looking for ways to live well post-treatment, we want to help you find the right physical and emotional support for you to build your resilience. Our Bristol Whole Life Approach helps you to live as well as possible in every area of your life, no matter who you are and whatever your circumstances. It recognises that, to be healthy, we need to pay attention to all parts of ourselves – our mind, body, spirit and emotions, as these are all closely connected and work together to support our immune system and its ability to keep us well.

Support: Farming

RABI – the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution


RABI – the Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution – is farming’s oldest and largest charity. We’ve been serving the farming community since 1860. We offer financial support, practical care and guidance to farming people of all ages, including farmers, farmworkers and dependants. Although a lot of the help we provide is financial, we do much more than send out cheques in the post. We strive to build personal relationships and will tailor our support to suit you. If we can’t directly provide what you need, we’ll do our best to liaise with other organisations and agencies on your behalf. We’re here for the small things as well as the big and treat every application for support on its own merits, working with compassion and discretion. It’s our vision that no member of the farming community should ever have to face adversity alone.

Support: Domestic Abuse



Men’s Advice Line is a team of friendly Advisors who will listen and believe you. Our team are available to offer you non-judgmental support, practical advice and information. Our focus is to increase the safety of men experiencing domestic abuse (and the safety of any children) by providing confidential support.

Support: Mental Health



We’re Rethink Mental Illness and no matter how bad things are, we can help people severely affected by mental illness to improve their lives. We’re on a mission to bring about meaningful change, through our services, groups and ground breaking campaigns.

Support: Teens

Rocking UR teens


Rocking Ur Teens is a community interest company whose vision is to connect teens for a positive and vibrant future. Through conferences and workshops, we connect 13 and 14-year-old teens with organisations and industry expertise to help them increase their career aspirations and understand the benefit of collaborations, whilst supporting them to create vibrant futures for themselves and their communities.

Support: Forces

Royal Marines Charity


The Royal Marines Association is here to support the entire Corps Family - serving, retired and their families. No matter what stage of your career or life, you can always turn to us for help. We've outlined the typical welfare application process, which we will help you with the whole way. You can also use our online welfare application form.

Support: Domestic Abuse

Safe Lives


SafeLives, the UK-wide charity dedicated to ending domestic abuse, for everyone and for good. We work with organisations across the UK to transform the response to domestic abuse. We want what you would want for your best friend. We listen to survivors, putting their voices at the heart of our thinking. We look at the whole picture for each individual and family to get the right help at the right time to make families everywhere safe and well. And we challenge perpetrators to change, asking ‘why doesn’t he stop?’ rather than ‘why doesn’t she leave?’ This applies whatever the gender of the victim or perpetrator and whatever the nature of their relationship.  Last year alone, nearly 13,500 professionals received our training. Over 70,000 adults at risk of serious harm or murder and more than 85,000 children received support through dedicated multi-agency support designed by us and delivered with partners. In the last four years, over 2,000 perpetrators have been challenged and supported to change by interventions we created with partners, and that’s just the start.  Together we can end domestic abuse. Forever. For everyone.

Support: Sexual Abuse


UK • Warwickshire • Warwick • Coventry • Stratford-upon-Avon

Established in 1994, Safeline is a specialised charity working to prevent sexual abuse* and to support those affected in their recovery. This includes working with people whose mental health issues (manifesting for example as self-harming) suggest that they may be vulnerable to abuse. We provide a comprehensive range of services for people affected by sexual abuse, including:

  • Counselling: face-to-face, by telephone and online (funding dependent), as well as creative therapies such as art therapy.
  • National Male Survivor Helpline and Online Support Service providing immediate emotional support, information and advice to men and boys affected by sexual abuse or rape in England and Wales.
  • Warwickshire Helpline for anyone in Warwickshire affected by sexual abuse or rape needing support, advice or information.
  • Independent Sexual Violence Advisors (ISVAs) providing emotional and practical support for those individuals who choose to report the abuse to the police.
  • Training for professionals, parents and anyone affected by sexual abuse to help them protect and support their communities
  • Prevention projects, one-to-one support and peer mentoring to keep vulnerable young people safe and enable them to fulfil their potential.

Safeline offers its services to people across Warwickshire of all ages, regardless of gender, sexuality or race, who are survivors of abuse. Family members and friends of abuse survivors can also use Safeline’s services. Face-to-face services are provided in Coventry and Warwickshire, in rooms which we hire locally as well as from our offices in Warwick and Stratford-upon-Avon. Apart from the training, services are free of charge although donations are always welcome. Safeline raises funds from central and local government, grant-making trusts and foundations, businesses, and individuals to cover the cost of its services. We have about 18 full-time equivalent staff and 40 volunteers who are qualified or trainee counsellors.

Support: Mental Health

Scarborough Survivors

UK: Scarborough

Scarborough Survivors & Crisis Café, support for your mental health & wellbeing. Mental health and well-being hub supporting the Borough of Scarborough. Whilst we are still unable to offer face-to-face support we have telephone support available 7 days and 5 nights, covering the times that we would normally be open. 

Support: Teens

Young People: Education



Scouts are do-ers and give-it-a-go-ers. Yes, we go camping, hiking, swimming, abseiling, cycling and canoeing. But we also get to hang out with our friends every week –  having fun, playing games, working in a team and taking on new challenges. Every week we give almost half a million 6-25 year olds the skills they need for school, college, university, the job interview, the important speech, the tricky challenge and the big dreams: the skills they need for life. Everyone’s welcome here. All genders, races and backgrounds. Regardless of your child’s physical ability – there’s a Scout adventure out there waiting for them. And we’ll help them find it.

Support: Sexual Wellbeing


The HSE Sexual Health and Crisis Pregnancy Programme (the Programme) is a national programme tasked with implementing Ireland’s first framework for sexual health and wellbeing, the National Sexual Health Strategy 2015 – 2020. The Programme also has a statutory responsibility for the delivery of three mandates as originally set out within the Crisis Pregnancy Agency (Establishment) Order 2001 (S.I. No. 446 of 2001). The Programme is one of a number of national policy priority programme situated within the national Strategy and Planning function of the Health Services Executive. The Programme delivers a programme of research, funding initiatives including crisis pregnancy counselling services, relationships and sexuality education programmes, communications campaigns, information provision and policy initiatives.

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