CLC support many charities
CLC Utility Service have supported many local groups during its 26 years in the utility sector, these range from Hospitals, Charities, local football and netball clubs, and specific fund-raising events such as the Manchester Bombing, and Captain Tom Moore. We never underestimate the crucial role CLC can play in supporting people and organisations where ever we can, we try to help as many affected and vulnerable people as possible.
CLC and its Shareholders also recognise the vital work many charities perform in supporting the local community and worldwide, their dedication and resolve in supporting vulnerable groups and raising funds is pivotal to their continuation.
Our contributions are spread across numerous charities to ensure we support as many organisations as possible. Escalating competition for much needed support amongst these fantastic organisations will experience linear growth in the coming years as we edge into recession. Any support CLC can offer in these extremely difficult times is gladly given, and will continue to do for the foreseeable future.
Some of Shareholders & staff at CLC have personal experiences attached to some of the charities listed below and we remain eternally grateful for their support in times of personal suffering.
The Charities Response
Today and every day, 619 seriously ill children will arrive at Great Ormond Street Hospital. The donation you made will help to give all these children hope for the future.
Thank you for making sure that no one has to face a mental health problem alone. We won’t give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets both support and respect.
Your gift means so much to me and everyone at The Salvation Army because without our loyal supporters we wouldn’t be able to do all the work we do. Demand for our services is increasing rapidly in response to the coronavirus pandemic, and as our centres work to provide support and practical assistance to those who are being hit the hardest, donations from supporters like you are needed more than ever.
When someone’s in the grip of a crisis, your support can give hope to them in their hour of need. And that’s truly life-changing.
So again, thank you for your generosity.
You have done something amazing. Your donation to Saint Francis Hospice will make such a difference to our patients and their families. During these challenging times, we really need to work together to keep the Hospice going and your support means so much to us.
Thanks again for donating.
We’re sending it straight to Association of NHS Charities so you’ll be making a difference very soon.
On behalf of every single family you are helping, I want to thank you deeply for making all the difference with your kindness. I promise your gift will be put to best use, helping us to scale up and respond to the Covid-19 pandemic in the 23 countries we work in.
Thanks to kind supporters like you, we helped around 300,000 children and their families across the UK last year. By supporting Barnardo’s, you’re standing up for the abused, the most vulnerable, the forgotten and the neglected. Your kindness really is transforming young lives – thank you.
You have helped someone who is socially isolated, lonely or in extreme poverty to help them to a new place in their life. Thank you for being part of positive social change to make life better for those in later years locally. Thank you.
Health. Happiness. Safety. A chance at a better education or a better job. It’s amazing what clean water, decent toilets and good hygiene can bring. And that’s the gift that you’ve just given. Your donation will help somebody change their life for good.