50 for Free 2024 beneficiaries

Selected by a panel from over 180 applications, we're delighted to share this year's 50 for Free recipients. The Landmark Trust wishes to thank the Benefact Group for their generous support of the scheme. 

Action for Neurodiversity, Northamptonshire

Offering autism-specialist counselling for those living with, and those living alongside autism and Asperger's syndrome.

Action for XP, Aberdeenshire

Charity providing practical and emotional support, education and connection to individuals and families affected by the ultra-rare condition, xeroderma pigmentosum.

Age Concern Bracknell Forest, Berkshire

Supporting older people, those with dementia, running community groups to reduce isolation and loneliness.

Alexander Devine Children's Hospice Service, Berkshire

Alexander Devine provides medical care and emotional support to children with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions and their families.

Aspiration Creation Elevation (ACE), Bristol

Aspiration Creation Elevation gives disadvantaged young people the chance to creatively express themselves and develop personally through engagement in music, role-model guidance and inspirational experiences.

Autism Early Support, Buckinghamshire

A charity that offers early support and specialist education to autistic children, children with sensory, communication and interaction differences and their families.

AzuKo, London

AzuKo works to end housing poverty in UK and Bangladesh. They believe that everyone deserves a safe, clean and dignified place to call home.

Barnardo's, Bristol (working nationally)

Support services for children and young people, including fostering and adoption services.

Betknowmore UK, National

Betknowmore is a UK charity helping people take control of their life back from gambling.

Brake, the road safety charity, Huddersfield

Brake is a road safety charity working with communities and organisations across the UK to stop the tragedy of road deaths and injuries, make streets and communities safer for everyone, and support people bereaved and seriously injured on roads.

Break, Norwich

Break works with children and young people in care, leaving care and on the edge of care, offering lifelong support through a pathway of opportunities.

Building Self-Belief CIO, Country Durham

Building Self-Belief CIO’s core aim is to build stronger communities by measurably improving the mental health and life chances of vulnerable young people, across socio-economically deprived areas of the North East.

Cancer Care, North Lancashire and South Cumbria

Cancer Care helps local people affected by cancer and bereavement, through specialist therapeutic support.

The Cavalier Centre, Shropshire

The charity supports people of all ages to discover the joy, physical and emotional wellbeing benefits of ponies and pony related activities.

Connecting Carers, Scotland

Connecting Carers provides vital short break opportunities for both young and adult unpaid carers based in the Scottish Highlands.

DEBRA, Berkshire

DEBRA is a national charity and patient support organisation for people living with the rare, extremely painful, genetic skin blistering condition, Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) also known as ‘Butterfly Skin’.

Emmaus, Oxford

Emmaus provides a real, alternative solution to homelessness that works; providing people with a home and meaningful work where they gain valuable experience, new skills and a route into independence.

Feast With Us, London

Transforming surplus food into nutritious meals for local people experiencing food insecurity, Feast With Us provides 2,500 meals per month to 12 homeless hostels, shelters and community spaces.

Fighting with Pride, Brighton

Support LGBT+ veterans and their families, particularly those affected by the 'gay ban'.

Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity, Buckinghamshire

Providing excellent palliative and end of life care for those who need it most living in Buckinghamshire.

Gatwick Detainees Welfare Group, Sussex

GDWG supports people during and after release from immigration detention at Gatwick Airport. A self-advocacy group supports those who have experienced immigration detention in the UK, calling for a more welcoming migration policy in the UK.

Giroscope, Hull

Giroscope, housing charity, purchases empty and run down properties, which, with the help of volunteers and trainees, we bring back into use to provide affordable housing, thereby helping to regenerate our local neighbourhood as well as providing decent, secure, affordable homes for people in housing need.

Gorse Hill Studios, Manchester

Gorse Hill Studios is an ambitious youth arts charity, who believe all young people have the right to social, emotional, educational and cultural investment in their future.

Harmeny Education Trust, Edinburgh

Provides care and education for children and young people aged 5-18 impacted by early years trauma through abuse, neglect and significant family disruption. 

Headway Northwest London

Headway is a national charity supporting people with brain injuries.

Headway Worcestershire

Headway Worcestershire is a local and independent charity supporting people affected by acquired brain injury (ABI) across Worcestershire.

Hospice of St Francis, Hertfordshire

Providing palliative and end of life care, supporting up to 2,000 people a year including adult patients, family members, children and young people.

Kintyre Link Club, Argyll, Scotland

The Kintyre Link Club is a support group ran by members for members and their families who suffer from poor mental health.

Leaders in Community, East London

Through youth leadership and youth social action initiatives, local young people are provided with training to develop personal resilience, overcome barriers to progression and challenge inequalities.

Learning Support Department - Campbeltown Grammar School

Educating young adults with additional support needs within a mainstream school setting.

Noah's Ark Children's Hospice, London

Supports families of children with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions, including specialist care, nursing, therapies, family support, groups, days out and end of life care.

Nystagmus Network, Surrey

Nysagmus supports people living with nystagmus, a serious, incurable and complex form of visual impairment.

Pete's Dragons, Southwest

Pete's Dragons supports people impacted by suicide in Devon and North Somerset through a specialist team with first-hand experience of the aftermath of suicide.

The Restoration Trust, East Anglia

The Restoration Trust initiates and runs projects that connect people who live with mental health issues with heritage, archaeology, ancient landscapes, historic places and archives.

The Ripple Project, Edinburgh

The Ripple Project works within a community of high levels of multiple deprivation, delivering a range of services that improve the quality of life.

River House Trust, London

River House Trust supports people as they grow into older age with HIV, focusing on issues including poverty, loneliness, isolation, peer-support, health and wellbeing.

The Rosemary Foundation, Sussex

The Rosemary Foundation provides nurse-led care for patients and support for carers, in their own home as life draws to a close.

SAFE Foundation, Devon

SAFE Foundation provides intensive psychotherapeutic support to enable survivors of domestic abuse and trauma to recover from their experiences.

Sefton Women's and Children's Aid, Liverpool

SWACA provide domestic abuse support, advice and guidance to women, children and families in the Sefton borough area of Merseyside.

Sefton Young Carers, Liverpool

Sefton Young Carers provides young carers with personalised support plans, opportunities for respite from their caring role and the chance to socialise with other young carers who are facing similar challenges.

Sheltered Work Opportunities Project at Cherry Tree Nursery, Dorset

Providing a safe haven for adults whose lives are impacted by poor mental health, this project works with marginalised adults whose mental health has significantly impacted their day-to-day lives.

Survive, Strive, Thrive, Sheffield

Survive, Strive, Thrive works with young people who have faced major adversities to give them time with positive role models, help increase their resilience and self-worth to raise aspirations.

Supersmashers at The South London Gallery, London

Supersmashers is an art and play project for care experienced children in Southwark, it is the only project of its kind in London.

Survive, Crewe

Survive is a charity established to relieve the mental, physical and spirtual suffering caused by all types of abuse.

Teens Unite Fighting Cancer, Hertfordshire

Supporting teenagers and young adults to overcome the mental health and emotional wellbeing challenges cancer brings.

Vision of Adventure, Cumbria

Vision of Adventure reduces isolation and loneliness in otherwise able-bodied, visually impaired adults by bringing them together for adventurous activities.

Warming up the Homeless, East Sussex

WUTH is the support charity to more than 200 families living in temporary accommodation units in Hastings and Eastbourne.

Why me? Transforming Lives through Restorative Justice, London

Why me? promotes and delivers restorative justice, bringing victims and offenders together to talk about the harm and move forward with their lives.


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