More Charities Set to Benefit

on 09/12/2014

With just under a month to go until Luke Cameron begins his new role as National Philanthropy Manager, we're looking to the charities that he is set to help. We've heard from great causes all across the country, each with a special mission and a passion to do more good.

The Nicest Job in Britain exists to give people an extra helping hand. Not just to give money but also to give time and attention that is best suited to their needs. The year ahead will be a challenging one for Luke in which he will positively impact many lives, including those associated with the following.

Parkinson's UK

Parkinson's UK are working to find a cure for Parkinson's as well as striving to improve the lives of those dealing with the condition. They help people to find local support, run an online community and sell a rage of products to raise money.

More about Parkinson's UK


Emmaus is working to end homelessness. Originating in France, the organisation looks to provide employment and opportunities for those who have dealt with homelessness in their lives. Emmaus UK was set up in 1992 and has been expanding ever since.

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Guide Dogs for the Blind

Guide Dogs for the Blind is a charity that focuses on ensuring that those with impaired vision can live independently. As well as carrying out vital research, they campaign for equal rights and breed the all-important companions for those with impaired vision.

More about Guide Dogs for the Blind

William Campbell

Author: William Campbell

'No frills, just skills' is William's mantra. He's committed to implementing the vital changes needed in a time of supply crisis.