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Every year ROX nominates specific charities to support. In 2016, ROX nominated these great charities:



Hilton in the Community Foundation
Hilton in the Community Foundation wants to reach out and help as many young people as possible. By investing in improving access to education and investing in the improvement of health care, the Hilton in the Community Foundation seek to make a big difference in areas where Hilton Worldwide and its hotels operate across Europe. Through targeted grant-giving, programmes and campaigns they aim to support smaller charities that might otherwise be overlooked.

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The Princes Trust

The Prince's Trust
Support 13 to 30 year-olds who are unemployed or struggling at school to transform their lives. Many of the young people we help are in, or leaving, care, facing issues such as homelessness or mental health problems, or have been in trouble with the law. The Trust has returned £1.4 billion in value to society through our help for disadvantaged young people over the last ten years alone. Their free programmes give young people the practical and financial support they need to stabilise their lives, boosting their confidence and motivation.

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Yorkhill Children's Foundation
Yorkhill Children's Foundation provides enhanced medical equipment and resources which benefit sick children and babies who are treated at Yorkhill Hospital and within NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde. These can include innovative medical equipment, improvements in child and family facilities and paediatric research and training.

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CHUF - Children's Heart Foundation Newcastle

CHUF - Children's Heart Foundation Newcastle
The Children’s Heart Unit at the Freeman Hospital in Newcastle is one of the world’s leading specialist centres for children and babies born with, or who develop, heart conditions. The unit is just one of two in the UK that has the facilities and skills to offer paediatric transplant and bridge to transplant operations. As a result, the unit treats critically ill babies and children from across the UK. CHUF wants to be able to offer lifelong support to these infants and children, and their families. All their work goes towards raising funds and awareness to maintain and improve that care and support.

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Graham Wylie Foundation

Graham Wylie Foundation
The Graham Wylie Foundation is set up with the charity commission to make grants to local charities. The grants help groups of children and young people in challenging and vulnerable circumstances. The Foundation is one of a rare few charities anywhere in the world to hand 100% of donations to deserving causes. Charities that the Graham Wylie Foundation helped this year included Teenage Cancer Trust and Nordoff Robbins.

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Wings for Life

Wings for Life
Wings for Life is a not-for-profit spinal cord research foundation. Our mission is to find a cure for spinal cord injury. We fund world-class scientific research and clinical trials around the globe aimed at healing the injured spinal cord.

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Breast Cancer Now

Breast Cancer Now
Focus on four key areas – risk and prevention, early detection and diagnosis, treatment and secondary breast cancer. It is this approach to research that allows Breast Cancer now to aim to achieve the ambition of stopping breast cancer taking lives.

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Alan Shearer Foundation

Alan Shearer Foundation
Supports the Alan Shearer Centre in Newcastle: a highly specialist, disability, respite, residential and social provision for people with complex disabilities and acute sensory impairments.

Visit the Alan Shearer Foundation Website >

Down's Syndrome Scotland

Maggie’s provides free practical, emotional and social support to people with cancer and their family and friends, following the ideas about cancer care originally laid out by Maggie Keswick Jencks. Built in the grounds of NHS cancer hospitals, Maggie’s Centres are places with professional staff on hand to offer the support people need.

Visit the Maggie's Website >