Organisation has selected 16 charities for this year.

The Light Fund names 2014 charitable beneficiaries

Licensing industry charity, The Light Fund, has confirmed its list of charitable beneficiaries for 2014.

After raising over £90,000 throughout the course of the year, the body has selected 16 charities whose worthwhile projects will benefit from a substantial donation from The Light Fund.

The charities were chosen from over 80 organisations that submitted their projects for consideration. The successful charities aim to provide support for a number of causes which affect men, women and particularly children.

From funding hearing dogs, providing wheelchairs for disabled children to contributing to complementary therapy for chemotherapy patients, each donation from The Light Fund benefits a deserving charity.

The 2014 Light Fund charitable beneficiaries are:

  • The Brain Tumour Charity
  • Challenge Africa
  • Children’s Brain Tumour Foundation
  • The Children’s Trust
  • Children with Cancer UK
  • Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity
  • Hearing Dogs for Deaf People
  • MS-UK
  • New Life
  • Orchid Cancer Trust
  • Prostate Cancer UK
  • Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity
  • Royal Free Hospital
  • Spread a Smile
  • The Venture Force Foundation
  • Whizz-Kidz

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