At Scholars Mentoring Company, it is our pleasure to do what we can in many different ways to give to charitable causes, these include some of the following:
- Monthly donations
- Donating to charity shops
- Sponsoring events
- Raising awareness
- Social media posts and interactions
- Giving our time to attend events
- Collaborations with other groups
- Commitment to ongoing education and learning
- Supporting good causes by doing the lottery
It is our commitment to select different charities each year for our focused efforts, however we intend to be mindfully charitable overall and do what we can when we can.
Please feel free to inform us of any of your own charitable efforts and we will happily display this on our webpage.
Working together we can achieve more, the more we can achieve, the greater good for all.Age UK
Description: Age UK is a registered charity in the United Kingdom, formed on 25 February 2009, and launched on 1 April 2009. This combined the operations of the previously separate charities Age Concern England and Help the Aged to form the UK’s largest charity for older people.
Description: Alzheimer’s Society is a United Kingdom care and research charity for people with dementia and their carers. It operates in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, while its sister charities Alzheimer Scotland and Alzheimer’s Society of Ireland cover Scotland and the Republic of Ireland respectively.
Butterfly Conservation: NHBS
Description: NHBS’s core purpose is to support those who work to understand, protect, and conserve the natural environment. We do this by offering the largest range of wildlife, ecology and conservation books and equipment in the world; providing expert advice and support to ensure that people are confident in using the books and equipment purchased and providing the continuity in products and services that is essential for longer term research projects.
Description: Since its launch in 1989, British Wildlife has established its position as the leading natural history magazine in the UK, providing essential reading for both enthusiast and professional naturalists and wildlife conservationists. There is no other publication that offers such high-quality, authoritative, well-researched and accessible articles on such a wide range of subjects. Published 8 times per year, each issue has 84 information-packed pages. There are several in-depth articles in each issue, covering such diverse subjects as the wildlife of London’s churchyards, identifying and recording Britain’s smaller ladybirds, restoration of mountain woodland in the Cairngorms, and the conservation of the Basking Shark. With contributions from top experts, British Wildlife provides the best way for naturalists and wildlife conservationists to keep abreast of new discoveries and the latest trends.
Guide Dogs UK
Description: The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association, known by the working name Guide Dogs, is a British charitable organisation formally founded in 1934, three years after the UK’s first guide dogs were trained and matched to their owners in October 1931.
Guide Dogs helps blind and partially sighted people across the UK through the provision of guide dogs, mobility and other services for both adults and children. They also campaign for the rights of those with vision impairments and invest in research.
National Lottery: Team GB Olympics
Description: The Tokyo Games are finally here. As the nation prepares to cheer on our Olympic and Paralympic athletes, keep an eye on this page for exclusive interviews, behind-the-scenes insights and details of how you, National Lottery players, have helped support our athletes.
Description: Macmillan Cancer Support is one of the largest British charities and provides specialist health care, information and financial support to people affected by cancer. It also looks at the social, emotional and practical impact cancer can have, and campaigns for better cancer care.
Description: PDSA is a charity. We want a lifetime of wellbeing for every pet. Every day, vets in our 48 Pet Hospitals care for sick and injured pets – saving lives, and keeping pets happy and healthy.
Pets are part of the family. Our four-legged friends give unconditional love and are sometimes our only companion. They don’t deserve to suffer because of financial difficulty or social hardship. They can’t help themselves. But we can – with your support.
Treating pets is a huge part of what we do…but our work doesn’t stop there. We’re a leading authority on pet health and wellbeing: from raising awareness of pet obesity to surveying the state of Britain’s pet nation; raising the status of animals to celebrating their contribution to our lives.
Description: The Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is a charity operating in England and Wales that promotes animal welfare. The RSPCA is funded primarily by voluntary donations. Its patron is Queen Elizabeth II.