Octane Christmas Donation
Please note that donations have now been made to all charities (and any further submissions will not be included).
Thank you to all of our partners who took part in how our three chosen charities receive their share of our Christmas donation and helped to make a real difference.
More about the charities
CW+ is the official charity of Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Our generous supporters and partners enable us to:
As the leading kidney research charity in the UK, nothing is going to stop us in our urgent mission to end kidney disease. We’re here to be heard, to make a difference, to change the future. This is a disease that ruins and destroys lives. It must be stopped.
Over the past 60 years, our research has made an impact. But kidney failure is rising, as are the factors contributing to it, such as diabetes and obesity.
Today, we are more essential than ever.
Kidney disease affects three million people in the UK, treatments can be gruelling and currently there is no cure. Only research will end this and nobody can do it but us, by offering kidney patients and their families hope for the future. We’re taking it on. But we can’t do it without you.
Your donations fund vital research. In 2019/20, we funded 47 new research studies into kidney disease.
With your help we can protect kidney health and give people the power to live life better with kidney disease and help us realise our ambitions:
Lymphoma Out Loud is a young charity with a rebel spirit, determined to make a BIG impact. We are on a mission to educate, empower and ensure that everyone is aware of the signs and symptoms of lymphoma. Our message is simple: #BeBodyBrave.
Every 27 minutes, another person is diagnosed with lymphoma, making it the most common form of blood cancer, and the most common cancer in teenagers and young people.
Lymphoma is the most common cancer in the under 30’s, and we can no longer be quiet about that. Lymphoma Out Loud are making it their full-time mission to ensure everyone knows the signs and symptoms of this disease, be body aware, and to have the confidence to head to the GP if they notice anything that doesn’t feel right.