Charities We Support


ECD are proud to support local, national and international charity organisations, some of the charities we support are listed below. If you would like ECD to support your charity please contact us by emailing us at

Cancer Research UK

Cancer Research UK is the UK's number one cancer research and awareness charity with over 44,500 people regularly volunteering. As the largest independent cancer research charity, it steers research into the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer. Cancer Research UK's endeavours are entirely funded by the public. It raises money through charitable donations, legacies, fundraising, community events, retail and corporate partnerships.

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Compton Hall was built in the early 19th century and is set in four-and-a-half acres of woodland and gardens. During World War 2, evacuees were housed in the hall for protection. After the war, Local Councillor Stephen Morton and others, petitioned for Compton Hall to be converted into a care home for the terminally ill. With the help of numerous local and national organisations, nearly £500,000 was raised, enabling the hall to be converted into a care home. Compton Hall officially became Compton Hospice on 9th November 1982. Compton Hospice' services are available free-of-charge to an area of 1.3 million people including Wolverhampton, Sandwell, Dudley, South Staffordshire, Walsall and East Shropshire. In recent times more emphasis has been placed upon home care nursing, allowing the support and treatment of more than 500 people each day a possibility.

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National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC)

Founded in 1884, The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC) is a UK based charity campaigning and working for child protection. With over 17,000 volunteers and £157.5 million revenue, the NSPCC is the largest child protection charity in the UK. The NSPCC is the only UK charity which has been granted statutory powers from parliament, allowing it to apply for care and supervision orders for children at risk. The NSPCC lobbies the current administration on issues relating to child welfare and safety. It also operates both the NSPCC Helpline and ChildLine offering support to children.

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World Wide Fund for Nature

WWF's current conservation mission is restoring the populations of 36 species (including elephants, tunas, whales and dolphins), conserving key regions around the world (the Arctic and the Amazon rainforest for example), and reducing human environmental footprint in 6 crucial areas; carbon emissions, cropland, grazing land, fishing, water and forestry.

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Amnesty International

Amnesty International is an international organisation commonly referred to as Amnesty or AI. It is a non-government organisation whose mission statement is "to conduct research and generate action to prevent and end grave abuses of human rights and to demand justice for those whose rights have been violated".
Amnesty International mainly targets governments, but also reports on non-governmental bodies and private individuals. There are six key areas which Amnesty deals with: Women's, children's, minorities' and indigenous rights, ending torture,abolition of the death penalty,rights of refugees,rights of prisoners of conscience and protection of human dignity.

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Christian Aid

Christian Aid is the official relief & development agency of 40 British & Irish Protestant churches & works to support sustainable development, alleviate poverty, support civil society & provide catastrophe relief in South America, the Caribbean, the Middle East, Africa & Asia. Christian Aid campaigns to change the rules & systems that keep people poor, speaking out on issues such as Climate Change, & Third World debt. Christian Aid has fought poverty for over 65 years.

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