Below are the links to some of the wide array of organisations and charities that we have supported and worked with over the past year, from groups like the RSPB who came to visit us during the national bird watch to donation sites like The Giving Machine where you can help us support The Friends of The Dassett support us!
Local Charity who we are delighted to be involved with and who come and hold assemblies.
Donate to The Dassett every time you shop online at a wide array of shops.
A search engine that donate to us every time you search.
Get Me Into Ltd is a social enterprise and was formed in September 2011 to work in partnership with Kineton High School. They offer a wide range of services to Kineton High School and the local community.
Donate to The Dassett from a huge array of online stores.
Helping to fight cancer with our involvement in the world's biggest coffee morning.
As a part of The Woodland Trust we are members of The Nature Detectives Club.
PCF'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. Mission 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 initiatives, regardless of religion, race or political boundaries.
We take part in The Dahlicious Dress Up Day. Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity exists to make seriously ill children's lives better. Quentin Blake Nurse Illustration Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity cares about children with lifelong neurological and blood conditions. These rare conditions receive very little funding, even though they have a huge impact on both the child and the family around them. We work in partnership with organisations who share our belief that all children have the right to the best possible quality of life. We raise money to help support children in the UK living with conditions like acquired brain injury, neuro-degenerative conditions, rare forms of epilepsy and long-term blood diseases (excluding cancer). We help these children by: * Funding specialist nurses and carers. * Supporting parent groups and charities that help families with information, activities and all-important fun. * Making grants to hospitals to help improve children's facilities. * Giving direct assistance to families with grants to help pay for things like expensive equipment â€“ wheelchairs for example â€“ or activities such as weekends away with other children and families experiencing the same illnesses.
We work closely with The RSPB around The Big Garden Birdwatch and are delighted to have them come and talk to and work with the children.
An inspiration for many fun fundraisers!
Our local fire and rescue service.
We look forward to regular visits from our local community police officers.
We are delighted to support World Book Day and focus age specific course work around the chosen books.
We are delighted to be involved with The Woodland Trust and working towards the Green Tree Schools Award and part of the Jubliee Woods.