Pandemic Response Award

Realise Wins Pandemic Response Award for Covid-19 Support

Realise charity has been acknowledged for its work during the Coronavirus pandemic, being awarded the Pandemic Response Award at the 'Breaking The Mould' Awards 2020 hosted by Keele University. Breaking the Mould celebrates the successes of the hundreds of local businesses, not-for-profits, charities and entrepreneurs that have collaborated with Keele University to develop products, services
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A guide to Gift Aid

Did you know? Gift Aid is a simple and effective way of giving money to a charity. In a nutshell, if you donate through Gift Aid it means that ourselves and other charities or community amateur sports clubs can claim an extra 25p for every £1 you give. A 25% increase in the value of your donation. You just need to pay income or capital gains tax in the UK.

Our top 3 apps for improving mental health

We know lockdown measures can have a drastic impact on peoples mental health, we have come up with our top 3 mental health apps to keep you positive and happy.

Realise charity’s Handyperson Service is serving the community

During the Coronavirus pandemic, Realise charity’s Handyman Service has been offering its support for local charities and members of the community. With helping to construct worktops, storage pens, build make-shift offices and more we’ve certainly had our work cut-out!

Black Lives Matter

We Support Black Lives Matter

As a housing association that homes 20,000 people, a training provider that supports 2,500 people a year, and a local charity that’s dedicated to supporting local communities and individuals, we have committed to put people at the heart of everything we do, and we take pride in the diversity of our communities. Like people all
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Realise charity helps to support vulnerable member of our community

Having fallen on hard times, a gentleman from our community needed some support to get him back on his feet. Upon speaking, we managed to get an idea of the gravity of the situation and we teamed up with Team Chatterley Group and it’s team member, Amy Stephens. The gentleman was supported with a range of household items which enabled him to live comfortably.