The official launch of our ‘Click Cares’ initiative

07th Apr 22 | Social Media

As Click2Convert continues to grow as a digital marketing agency, we remain true to our values and core principles. We care strongly about the success of our clients’, our team and the small communities that we are part of.

Despite supporting various charities and important causes throughout the years as part of our business strategy, this year we are officially launching ‘Click Cares’; our initiative which focuses on contributing to society and the communities that our dedicated team are passionate about. To start off this journey, each of our team chose a charity that was close to their hearts to receive a donation from Click2Convert, and we have detailed them below to raise awareness.

Disasters Emergency Committee

With homes being destroyed, families being separated and thousands of lives being lost, more than 4 million people have fled their country, and another 6.5 million have left their homes to escape the devastating events that are happening right now in Ukraine.

The aim of the DEC Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal

With huge numbers of people arriving at the Ukraine border with only the belongings that they can carry, the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) supports UK based charities and their local partners to distribute funds efficiently throughout Ukraine and neighbouring countries. Donations help these charities distribute food, water, shelter and healthcare to those in need, and the UK government has pledged to match DEC donations up to £20 million, so our support can go even further.

Find out more about about the DEC Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal & donate what you can today.

Alzheimer Scotland

In Scotland, over 90,000 people are affected by dementia and alzheimers. The umbrella term, which holds over 100 different types, is a disease which damages an individual's brain cells, so that the brain no longer works as it should, impacting memory loss and the ability to perform simple day-to-day tasks.

The aim of Alzheimer Scotland

Today, there are medical researchers all over the world who are working to find causes and develop treatments for this horrible illness, with many charities working every day to make sure nobody has to face dementia alone.

Scotland’s national dementia charity, Alzheimer Scotland, provides services and excessive support across Scotland to those who live with the condition, including several individuals close to one of our team members. From offering a safe space and friendly environment for people with dementia, to providing information and emotional support, not only for those with dementia, but also for their carers, families, friends and professionals.

Find out more about Alzheimer Scotland & donate what you can today.

Crohn’s & Colitis UK

Crohn’s and Colitis are the two main forms of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), which is a chronic condition that causes inflammation of the digestive system. In the UK, it is estimated that around 1 in 123 people have Crohn’s or Colitis, which equates to over 500,000 individuals in the country being affected everyday by this lifelong disease.

The aim of Crohn’s & Colitis UK

Crohn’s and Colitis UK is Britain’s leading charity for the condition. They aim to help improve the day-to-day lives of those living with these chronic illnesses, whilst being pioneers in research to find a cure for these diseases. The charity works closely with the NHS, and has helped a member of our  team adapt to living with Crohn’s over the last year.

Find out more about Crohn’s & Colitis UK & donate what you can today. 

Clark’s Little Ark

After the loss of their son who loved to be surrounded by happy, smiling people, a young couple aimed to keep their spirits high and enthuse their son's positive energy, by bringing love and happiness to their local community, in the form of Clark’s Little Ark.

The aim of Clark’s Little Ark

Since animals bring joy to most, the couple decided to create Clark’s Little Ark animal farm, in the hope that it would bring love, smiles and happiness to the local community.

Their efforts have been rewarded with an ever growing collection of animals, staff and volunteers who have taken the local Dumfries attraction to their heart. At Clark’s Little Ark, the volunteers give up their time to raise funds, organise open days, and carry out some hands-on tasks with the animals. Enthusiastic local families visit the attraction every day, to catch a glimpse of all the little residents, from Shetland ponies and donkeys, to pigs, sheep, hens and more.

Find out more about Clark’s Little Ark & donate what you can or pay them a visit today.

Glasgow Women's Aid

Domestic partner abuse eventually erodes away a survivor's sense of self, making them doubt their ability to make good decisions, and shattering their self-esteem.

The aim of Glasgow Women’s Aid

Glasgow Women’s Aid is a charity who work to support women, children and young people who have experienced domestic abuse. Their services include providing a 24-hour helpline, anonymous refuge accommodation, survivor support groups and more, aiming to provide the best support and services for vulnerable women, children and young people.

Find out more about Glasgow Women’s Aid & donate what you can today.

Rachel House (CHAS)

Being told that your child may die before you do, is something that no parent should have to endure, however, this scenario is the unthinkable reality to thousands of families across Scotland.

The aim of Rachel House

Rachel House, a local children’s hospice in Perth and Kinross, part of CHAS (Children’s Hospices Across Scotland), provides care for babies, children and young people with life-shortening conditions. The charity aims to support both the family, by offering a place for them to relax and spend time with their children, and the children, by making sure they are able to live their lives to the fullest until the very end.

Find out more about Rachel House and other CHAS (Children’s Hospices Across Scotland) hospices & donate what you can today.

Ardgowan Hospice Ltd

All across the world, people are being diagnosed with life limiting illnesses, including cancer, heart failure, neurological conditions and more. People with these conditions and their loved ones often seek physical and emotional support when it comes to dealing with these limiting conditions.

The aim of Ardgowan Hospice

Ardgowan Hospice, in Inverclyde, offers support to those in the local community living with severe illnesses. They provide support to patients, but also their families, and have played a huge role in the local community for over 40 years. From end of life care and supporting carers, to providing respite care and helping families cope with grief, Ardgowan Hospice are there for those in need every step of the way.

Each year, the hospice welcomes around one thousand patients and their families, to offer them a huge amount of support before, during or after illness, and are currently supporting a member of our team’s loved ones here at Click.

Find out more about Ardgowan Hospice & donate what you can today.

Keep up-to-date with Click Cares

Behind the scenes at Click2Convert, is a driven and compassionate team who are dedicated to working together to achieve great things for our clients. We now aim to dedicate more of our time to also support our local communities and charities. In the near future, we aim to volunteer and work with charities first hand on a monthly basis, alongside making our regular charity donations. Keep-up-to-date by following us on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter, and make a donation to any of our chosen charities through the links above.

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