We are delighted to support:

Waste Not Want Not

Waste Not Want Not is a Community Interest Company.  Their main aim is to provide a safe and friendly environment where a wide range of people can feel included in their local community by working with plants.  In particular, they seek to improve the lives of those who experience isolation.  With a 4 acre plant nursery in Stevenage and The Learning Garden at the Galleria in Hatfield, they nurture unwanted plants back to life. Opportunities for up to 50 people a week, 48 weeks of the year are provided.

Herts Young Homeless

Herts Young Homeless works tirelessly to prevent homelessness and empower young people to be able to deal with difficult situations in their lives. Hyh supports 16-24 year olds in their first homes and cares for adults of all ages who have mental health issues and housing needs.

Herts Air Ambulance, unlike NHS emergency services, is a Charity providing a free life-saving Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS) for your County.  The speed with which our Air Ambulance Doctors and Paramedics can reach a patient, is crucial in helping to save the patient and return them to full health.  It costs in the region of £500,000 per month to keep both helicopters flying and cover all charitable costs, that's £5.8 million a year.  We hope you or your loved ones never need us but thanks to the generosity of the people and businesses of the County the service remains operational...working together funded by you.

Magpas Air Ambulance brings crucial lifesaving care by land and air to patients in life-threatening emergencies in the East of England and beyond.

The Magpas Air Ambulance medical team receives enhanced training which allows them to offer procedures and treatments at the scene, like general anaesthetic, which are usually only available in hospital. This means that the frontline care the team delivers doesn’t just save lives, it helps seriously ill and injured people return to a good quality of life.

Magpas Air Ambulance is not a state-funded service and relies on generous public donations to continue saving lives.

Founded in 1971 by GP’s Dr Neville Silverston MBE and Dr Derek Cracknell MBE, themselves victims of road accidents the charity has a strong clinical heritage.  It offers pioneering training to doctors and paramedics wishing to specialise in pre-hospital emergency medicine, for which it is renowned in the medical world.