© Meningitis Now is a registered charity in England and Wales number 803016 and Scotland number SC037790
© bibic Registered Charity Number: 1057635
Scottish Registered Charity Number: SC043909

We support charities – ours & yours!

Bags of Help was set up to support charities, we chose bibic & Meningitis NOW two charities that are close to our hearts. But we don’t work exclusively for them we will happily help any registered Charity. So if you are a Charity or you support one we can help you too.

Meningitis NOW

‘Bags of Help’ have chosen to partner with leading UK meningitis charity, Meningitis Now, enabling the charity to raise significant funds through the company’s clothes recycling service.

Corporate Account Executive at Meningitis Now, Harry Gardner said:

‘’We are delighted to form this partnership with Bags of Help, and very much look forward to working together to help fight meningitis.”

Meningitis Now, celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, is the UK’s leading charity helping to save lives and rebuild the futures of people affected by meningitis through research, support and awareness.

It is working towards a future where no one in the UK loses their life to meningitis and everyone affected gets the support they need to rebuild their lives.
For more information or to find out fun ways to fundraise visit their website: www.MeningitisNow.org

bibic

bibic has been transforming the lives of children and their families since 1972.

Its mission is to help children aged from six months to 18 years with conditions affecting their social, communication and learning abilities to achieve their potential for a happier and more fulfilled life.

Mary Matthews – Fundraising  and PR Manager at bibic said:

“We have been working with the Bags of Help scheme for 5 years and we are delighted with how the scheme has helped give support and awareness to those families with children with affecting conditions such as Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Autism etc.”

For more information or to find out fun ways to fundraise visit their website: www.bibic.org.uk