Our Sponsors

CAUK would like to say a huge thank you to all our recent sponsors. We couldn’t do what we do without you.

We couldn’t provide all our vital services without our sponsors generous help and assistance.

Farmfoods has served Great Britain for over 60yrs. It began as a butcher shop in Aberdeen and has grown to over 300 stores country wide. 

The company specialises in frozen food but you can also find groceries, chilled food, bread, milk, fruit and vegetable along with a range of household items available in their shops. As well as the Farmfood brands there are also well known international and UK brands to choose from.

The company remains a family business and the owners work in and lead the business every day. Whether employees work in a distribution centre, a retail shop or an office, Farmfoods people are trusted to take responsibility for their work and to have control of delivering a great value, simple and friendly operation.

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Next plc (styled as next) is a British multinational clothing, footwear and home products retailer, which has its headquarters in Enderby, England. It has around 700 stores, of which circa 500 are in the UK

Next aim to meet its customers’ expectations by providing exciting, beautifully designed, excellent quality clothing, footwear, accessories and homeware.

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Set up in 1989, Red Letter Days pioneered the concept of giving unforgettable experiences as gifts. The idea really caught people’s imaginations and Red Letter Days today, with its iconic red box, is often the go-to gift experience company.

 
Making memories over accruing ‘stuff’ is at the core of the way the company works and they offer a range of amazing experiences in the UK and some available Europe wide; giving customers an unrivalled choice with something to suit every taste, occasion and budget. 

Many Red Letter Days experiences make everyday life a little bit more special – like a few hours at a luxury spa. And some experiences are genuinely once in a lifetime – such as flying a Tiger Moth aircraft.

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Susi Bellamy creates vibrant, colourful interiors based on original and unique artwork painted in the studio, and hand marbled paper designs using traditional techniques. Her artwork is inspired by her great love of colour, her background as a fashion editor and her time working and living in Florence. 

Her creations are used in cushions, headboards, lampshades, throws and scarves and her wonderful fabric can also be purchased on her website. Susi’s work can be found in collections internationally and she now works from Cobalt Studios in the Ouseburn, Newcastle.

Susi Bellamy’s collection is made in England from start to finish using the highest quality materials. 

Each design punctuates any interior with flashes of visual impact in a range of colour combinations. She also writes a blog published on her website providing insights into her work and how her designs are created.

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Happy Craft Box was started during the Covid-19 pandemic in March 2020. It is ran by Lynda and based out of her home where she balances her new business with her other work as a consultant to small businesses. Lynda has a background in the arts and a natural interest in psychology, art and play therapy, yoga and meditation. The idea for ‘Happy Craft Box’ came to Lynda as she noticed when talking to her daughter, Fifi, about her feelings whilst doing art, craft and play, it helped her process and understand what was going on and got her to open up more and more.

She says “As we all know lots of little one’s lives have been thrown into complete upheaval in the midst of these uncertain times”. From observing how Fifi interacted with the craft activities she released by setting up the business based around craft activities she could also help other children.

Happy Craft Box, the craft wellbeing boxes are for children aged 3-13, encouraging resilient, mindful and happy children and to help children adapt to change through art, craft and mindfulness.

Since launching the business in March 2020 Lynda has created and dispatched thousands of craft boxes across the UK and the feedback and support so far has been incredible. The business has been featured in the national press and had a full page spread in The Telegraph Stella magazine. The business even caught the eye of UK Ambassador of creative small businesses Holly Tucker MBE founder of Not On The High Street and she shared information about Happy Craft Box to her 65,000 community.

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Contact our fundraising team if you’re interested in helping us and our community.

We’d also like to thank our some of our previous sponsors, The James Dyson Foundation, Professional Beauty Systems, Howdens, Experience Days, Michael Gee (Magician), On Point Financial, MC Pilates, Beauty Be Mine and Liz Morgan Art. We look forward to working with you all again in the future. 

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