Empowering Third Sector Organisations

The following organisations have received donations from the PETT scheme:

Nansato Nursery Trust receives a PETT donation of a laptop. 

Nansato Nursery Trust built four nurseries in southern Malawi in 2006. It provides care, education and food for 300 pre-school children each year. The pupils play games, sing, dance, listen to stories, eat porridge (provided by Mary's Meals), learn and laugh lots. 13 Malawian staff are employed by the charity, and local committees help with extra-curricular matters for the schools. 

Richard House Trust receives a PETT donation of 2 desktop computers. 

The core purpose of Richard House is to accompany families with children and young people with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions during the young person's journey through life and death, creating positive experiences along the way which will become good memories for the future.

BMCA Limited receives a PETT donation of a desktop computer.

Barlow Moor Community Association Limited (BMCA) is a community based, independent partnership group working in a deprived area of Manchester. It is managed by local residents, representatives of local organisations and local councillors. 

Inclusion Barnet receives a PETT donation of 2 laptops. 

The Barnet Centre for Independent Living (BCIL) is a peer-led organisation that promotes accessibility for disabled people by breaking down barriers to employment and social inclusion.

St Vincent de Paul Society receives a PETT donation of a desktop computer. 

SVP is a lay Christian charity devoted to helping disadvantaged, lonely and other vulnerable people. It does this in several ways: