We like to give something back to support those who do great work,
to help make the world a better place for all.
As you may be aware, pacemakers must be removed prior to a cremation service taking place. In the past these have than gone to waste, but we now support Pace 4 Life. Pace 4 Life will assess the pacemakers viability for reuse or require recycling, facilitating this as required. They are then sent onto developing countries, where the cost of pacemakers has in the past made them unaccesible. The pacemakers are then implanted to patients who would've gone without, massively improving the life expectancy and quality of life for the individual.
If you wish to find out more, either speak to us or visit their website: www.pace4life.org
Legs 4 Africa recycle prosthetic limbs that would otherwise end up in landfill here in the UK. They collect them from individuals, NHS hospitals and other establishments like funeral homes, such as ourselves.
Prosthetic legs that are donated to Legs4Africa are dismantled into their components by volunteers. They are then distributed to partnering hospitals in Africa where they are reassembled to build new prosthetic legs for amputees who would otherwise go without.
It is estimated there could be as many as 6.5 million amputees in Africa. To find out more, either ask us or visit their website:
End Polio Now is a Rotary International Campaign to bring an end to polio worldwide. This is a cause particularly close to Roger & Paula, they are both actively involved in the Rotary Club Of Braunton Caen, and have both had the opportunity to take part in the National Immunisation Week in India helping to vaccinate children for 3 years running.
To find out more please speak to us and ask for Roger or Paula, or visit:
DeafKidz International is the UK’s leading organisation working to respond to the protection, health and wellbeing needs of Deaf, hard of hearing, deafened and DeafBlind (D/Deaf) children and young people in low resource and complex humanitarian settings.
We work to ensure that D/deaf children and young people are able to live safely and without fear of stigma, discrimination and abuse in the communication mode of choice; sign language, sign supported spoken language, community ethnic sign, aural method and DeafBlind manual.