Empowering Third Sector Organisations

The following organisations have received donations from the PETT scheme:

Hull Kingston Rovers Community Trust receives an additional PETT donation of 5 laptops

Hull Kingston Rovers Community Trust (HKRCT) has a long term vision to inspire people through sport and physical activity. They do this using the power of the Hull Kingston Rovers sporting brand to work with a range of partners to deliver enjoyable and inspirational initiatives to make positive change through sport.

The Chatterbox Project receives an additional PETT donation of two laptops

The Chatterbox Project is a charity in Manchester which supports one of the most impoverished communities in the country. For the past fifteen years, they have been providing vulnerable people with vital help in times of need, as well as opportunities to meet new people, learn new skills, and grow in confidence. At present, they offer a food bank, peer support, informal adult education, recreational classes (art, cooking etc), children’s clubs, a toddler group, volunteering opportunities, and more. Since 2001, they have been based in the same building in the centre of a large council estate, and have come to be regarded as a safe space where anybody is welcome.

 New Life Church

New Life Church receives an additional PETT donation of 4 laptops following the success of a previous donation used by the Job Club.

New Life Church has a huge community reach and offers a wide number of services into the community, many of these are free.

Deki receives a PETT donation of a desktop.

Deki are a charitable company that offers micro finance loans to entrepreneurs in Africa. They provide those who need it the most, with an opportunity to work their way out of poverty. Deki connects lenders in the UK with entrepreneurs in Africa through the Deki website. They crowdfund for loans, then keep lenders informed about their entrepreneurs progress. 100% of each loan goes directly to the lender’s chosen entrepreneur. The loan is repaid to the lender within 12-18 months. After this, the lender has the option to take out their money or reinvest in another entrepreneur, meaning that their donation can be recycled over and over. To date we have lent over £1,000,000 and changed 40,491 lives.

The Childhood Trust

The Childhood Trust receives an additional PETT donation of a desktop. 

The Childhood Trust is a fundraising and grant making charity. They work with grass roots charities to help alleviate the impact of child poverty in London.