Containerlift proudly sponsors and supports a number of charities and organisations that make the world we live in a much better place!
|The Laughter Specialist are a charity who bring smiles and giggles to those who need it most, children who are sick, terminally ill or have special needs. |
The team at the Laughter Specialists work in the wards at a number of hospitals and centres bringing much needed entertainment and cheers to the children and their families and carers.
Numerous medical studies have highlight the enormous positive impact laugher has when people are suffering and in need.
|The Essex & Herts Air Ambulance (EHAAT) provide free lifesaving Helicopter Emergency Medical Services. Their two helicopters each respond to 2 to 3 incidents every day of the year. The speed at which the helicopter teams can attend an incident and transport a patient to hospital ensures every single second of the immensely important Golden Hour of Trauma Care is used as effectively as possible.Many people do not realise that the life-saving service provide by most the Air Ambulance services is funded entirely by fundraising and charitable donations. Read more about the Essex & Herts Air Ambulance Service here.|
Agoonoree Scout Camp
|The Agoonoree Scout Camp was founded to enable Scouts with disabilities and specials needs to enjoy a summer camp in traditional Scouting style.The team at the Agoonore Scout Camp are a dedicated group how organise the logistics, accommodation, activities and specialist support equipment for the summer camp. Each year the camp is held at a different location across the UK.|
|The Philippine Community Fund’s mission is to improve the quality of life for impoverished Filipino communities, to bring stability and realisable potential through sustainable education, nutrition, health and community advocacy programmes, as well as livelihood training.PCF works in the most depressed areas of the Philippines reaching out to communities that live in extreme crisis situations, unable to provide for their most basic needs and without the hope or ability to change their futures.PCF’s five programmes operate in a large slum area in Tondo, Manila, San Jose Cemetery in Navotas, Manila and Baguio rubbish dump. Targeted beneficiaries are children and their families living in squalid shanty towns by city rubbish dumps where residents search for recyclable rubbish. PCF community schools, feeding and health programmes help rescue child labourers, as young as 4 years old, from the rubbish dumps.|