Empowering Third Sector Organisations

The following organisations have received donations from the PETT scheme:

 Embrace Life receives a PETT donation

Prism Disposal has assisted Embrace Life Luton by providing a refurbished desktop for use in helping clients gain computer skills, update CVs, search and apply for jobs and develop English skills.

Embrace Life offer advice, support & information to anyone living with or affected by HIV/AIDS throughout Luton and surrounding areas. They seek to transform the diagnosis of a potentially life-threatening condition into positive views on living a happy, active life and reduce the isolation and stigma experienced by people living with HIV.

Congleton Museum receives a PETT donation of a desktop computer.

Congleton Museum is a local museum developed to pull together as much as possible of the history of Congleton and to explore ways of exhibiting it to the community.

Staffordshire Scout Council receives a PETT donation of a laptop.

The purpose of Scouting in Staffordshire is to contribute to the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potentials, as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities.

The Storehouse Project receives a PETT donation of a laptop.

The Storehouse Project provides food, furniture, toiletries and clothing to those in need within the local borough of Billinge, Wigan. Over 60 agencies use our service and this includes other charities, schools, NHS etc. 

Missing People receives a PETT donation of a desktop computer.

Missing People offer a lifeline to the 250,000+ people who run away and go missing each year in the UK. They are an independent charity funded by donations.