Charities

The people at  Acumen support the following charities. If you would like to add your support or for further information, click on the appropriate link(s).

1000 Smiles for May

On the 8th February 2008, May, the wife of our associate David Leigh died from cancer, aged 50. The single most important thing May was doing during the last year of her life was attending the Royal Marsden Hospital to take part in their developmental trials of new anti cancer drugs to help others.

Between the 9th & 20th of August 2008, David drove his wife's much loved 1927 Austin 7 Chummy 1000 miles to raise money for the Royal Marsden Cancer Campaign. For more details of the route David took and the events  held on the way, you can email David at david.leigh@commercial-initiatives.com and he will send you the "1000 Smiles for May" flyer and the route information, or click here to download the flyer.

[Even though David's sponsored event has now been completed, you still have the opportunity to give generously - the Royal Marsden Cancer Campaign needs all the help we can give them to defeat this terrible disease.]

 
NSPCC

The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) is the UK's leading charity specialising in child protection and the prevention of cruelty to children. It has been protecting children from abuse for over 100 years. The NSPCC is the only children's charity in the UK with statutory powers enabling it to act to safeguard children at risk.

 
RSPCA

The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is the oldest animal welfare organisation in the world. The RSPCA's aims are to promote kindness and to prevent cruelty to animals.

 
RSPB

The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds works for a healthy environment rich in birds and wildlife; it depends on the support and generosity of others to make a difference.

 
The Woodland Trust

The Woodland Trust is the UK's leading conservation charity dedicated to the protection of our native woodland heritage.

 
Water Aid

A quarter of the world (1.4 billion people) lack basic access to safe water. WaterAid helps these, the very poorest people in the world, to help themselves through community schemes. Just £10 will bring one person a lasting supply, transforming their life and health.

 
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