Through events such as the Queen Charlotte’s Ball and the Berkeley Dress Show, The London Season raises much needed funds for charities, and has done so for hundred of years. The London Season also helps children in need globally through the arrangement of private tours hosted by royalty, presidents and ambassadors.
|A selection of our Charities|
|SOS Children’s Villages International||SOS Children’s Villages is active in 133 countries and territories. The variety of this international work is brought together by the umbrella organisation SOS Children’s Villages International, which unites all of the autonomous national associations.|
|The NSPCC||The NSPCC was founded in 1884 and its vision is still to end cruelty to children in the UK. They run a wide range of services for both children and adults, including national helplines and local projects.|
|The Children’s Trust||The Children’s Trust is the UK’s leading charity for children with brain injuries, disabilities and other complex health needs.|
|Macmillan Cancer Relief||Macmillan provides practical, medical and financial support and pushes for better care for patients.|
|Friends of Bolivia||Friends of Bolivia helps to improve the living conditions of Bolivia’s poorest and neediest, particularly women, children and elderly people.|
|The Art of Living||With its worldwide network of volunteers, the Art of Living Foundation is often able to respond swiftly to disasters anywhere in the world, providing physical and mental relief as well as material aid. Through this network, The Art of Living Foundation has established itself as one of the vital providers of disaster rehabilitation programmes.|
|Smile Train||Every child born with a cleft has the opportunity to live a full, productive life. But they are a major problem in developing countries where there are over a million children suffering with unrepaired clefts. Most cannot eat or speak properly, aren’t allowed to attend school work and face very difficult lives filled with shame and isolation, pain and heartache. Their clefts usually go untreated because they are too poor to pay for a simple surgery that has been around for decades. The Smile Train helps raise money for these underprivileged children|
|SPANA||Across Africa and the Middle East, SPANA clinics treat hundreds of thousands of donkeys, horses, mules, camels and livestock every year.Its education programme teaches children and owners respect and compassion for animals.
During conflict, drought and natural disaster, SPANA’s emergency programme gets help to animals and the communities who depend on them, whenever and wherever they are needed.