We make a donation to both of these amazing charities each time a home mover requests their free removal company quotes via our website. Currently around 6000 home movers request their quotes through Compare My Move each month.
#TeamTenovus - Wales' leading cancer charity bringing support & treatment to the heart of your community.
Tenovus Cancer Care, aim to help prevent, treat and find a cure for cancer. The charity offers support, advice and treatment to cancer patients and their loved ones, as well as promoting healthy lifestyles and funding cancer research.
“We’re really excited to be chosen as one of Compare My Move’s charity partners,” said Samantha Coles, Fundraising Manager for Tenovus Cancer Care.
You can call Tenovus on 0808 808 1010 - 365 days a year.
Shelter Cymru wants everyone in Wales to have a decent home. They believe a home is a fundamental right and essential to the health and well-being of people and communities.
Shelter Cymru work for people in housing need across Wales and prevent people from losing their homes by offering free, confidential and independent advice. When necessary they constructively challenge on behalf of people to ensure they are properly assisted and to improve practice and learning.
They work with people who use our services as equals. They also provide information, advice and support to help people identify the best options to find and keep a home and to help them take control of their own lives.
John Puzey, Director of Shelter Cymru, said: “We’re delighted that Compare my Move is supporting our crucial work fighting homelessness. “Without this fundraising support, we would not be able to help as many people as we do.
You can call Shelter Cymru’s expert housing advice helpline on 0345 075 5005.
In 2015/2016, we supported LATCH Children's Cancer Care Charity when we donated over £10,000!
LATCH supports the children and their families who are being treated by the Oncology Unit at the Children’s Hospital of Wales whose catchment area stretches from Chepstow in the South to Aberwystwyth in the North. Around 70 new cases are diagnosed every year.
When a child has been diagnosed with cancer or leukaemia, the chemotherapy+ and/or chemotherapy treatment can last from six months to three years depending on the type. Follow up treatment and checkups mean that a child who has been diagnosed with cancer will be under medical supervision for over 5 years.
LATCH currently has five branches across Wales who co-ordinate and organise fundraising activities within their own local communities as well as providing a useful local support network to families.