Making a difference
We support local charities, particularly that provide help for people who are experiencing mental health issues and those who are helping to provide food for families on low incomes. Most recently, T Bailey Asset Management has supported the following charities:
The Lewy Body Society
The Lewy Body Society’s mission is to fund research into Lewy Body Dementia and to raise awareness of the disease. DLB is the second most common type of neurodegenerative dementia in older people.
Fairfield Enterprise is a social mobility charity set up to promote and increase opportunities for students from low income backgrounds in the finance and investment sector. The charity is run by a group of professionals from different roles across the industry and carries out a range of services including travelling across UK presenting to year 12 & 13 students in our Schools and Colleges programme and offering intensive careers guidance and coaching to high calibre university students through our Core Programme.
The Healthcare Worker's Foundation
The Healthcare Workers’ Foundation is a registered charity founded by healthcare workers, for healthcare workers. We believe that the wellbeing of our society is linked to the wellbeing of our healthcare workers. Our support is practical and desperately needed, and comes in the form of hardship grants, counselling, and bereaved family support.
Teenage Cancer Trust
Every day, seven young people aged 13-24 hear the words “you have cancer”. Teenage Cancer Trust is the only UK charity dedicated to providing the specialised nursing care and support they need to get through it. They fund expert nurses, youth workers and hospital units in the NHS, so young people have dedicated staff and facilities to support them through cancer treatment and beyond.
Muslim Hands is working towards tackling the root causes of poverty and creating a fairer world for everyone. We believe that every human being has the right to an education, access to clean water and food and the means to support themselves, their family and their community.
Positive About Down Syndrome
Positive about Down Syndrome provides information and support to new and expectant parents of a little one with Down syndrome.
We have amazing online support for our families, we know how important it is for them to have access to accurate contemporary information and so provide our book #NobodyToldMe the truth about Down syndrome to families and literature to maternity units.
Beatson Cancer Charity
Beatson Cancer Charity supports people affected by cancer, every step of the way. They make the journey easier by transforming the way cancer care is funded and delivered. They provide services, as well as funding specialists, research and education to invest in a better future for cancer patients and their families.
The Royal British Legion
This year’s poppy appeal marked 100 years of the Royal British Legion.
The Royal British Legion has been supporting service men and women, ex-serving personnel and their families since 1921.
Today they at the heart of a national network looking after our Armed Forces community and are there to help serving and ex-serving personnel all year round, every day of the week.
Dementia UK provides specialist dementia support for families through their Admiral Nurse service.
Admiral Nurses work alongside people with dementia and their families. They give the compassionate one-to-one support, guidance and practical solutions people need, and that can be hard to find elsewhere.
Admiral Nurses are continually trained, developed and supported by Dementia UK. They help families to live more positively with dementia in the present, and to face the challenges of tomorrow with more confidence and less fear.
Business 2Schools takes unwanted office furniture and technology to reuse it in schools.
By providing schools with faster computers, high quality furniture and an improved infrastructure, it aims to create a more aspirational environment for pupils to be inspired within.
The Trussell Trust
The Trussell Trust is an NGO and charity that works to end the need for food banks in the UK. It supports a network of over 1,200 food bank centres to provide emergency food and compassionate, practical support to people in crisis, while campaigning for long-term change to the structural issues that lock people into poverty.
Emily Harris Foundation
The Emily Harris Foundation provides help and support for families with babies receiving care on the King’s Mill Hospital Neonatal unit.
By providing practical support to parents, it tries to ease the stress caused by their situation in some small way.
They also provide financial support for hospital staff members wishing to undertake further training where funding is not able to be supported by the NHS.
By supporting the professional development and training of staff, a long term benefit will be received by all babies who are, and will be, cared for on the unit.
The Wolfpack Project
The Wolfpack Project aims to identify, connect and empower isolated younger people and adults.
Through a mixture of social group activities and 1-to-1 support they aim to overcome the barriers created by isolation.
By providing a network of projects where individuals can access support, they hope to enable individuals to form meaningful connections with likeminded people.
Himmah Food Banks
Himmah is a grass roots community-based initiative tackling poverty, mental wellbeing, racism and social exclusion in Nottingham.
They do this through direct service provision, campaigning, arts, and education work always in collaboration with individuals, communities and organisations.
Himmah collects and distributes food donations through it’s own network of foodbanks, as well as working with FareShare to provide low income individuals membership to the Nottingham People’s Pantry scheme.
Hope and Homes for Children
Hope and Homes for Children are a well established globally charity who aims to stop the institutionalisation of children. Recently, demand for their help in Eastern Europe has increased and as such they have launched the Ukraine appeal.
With the money raised their teams in Lviv, Kyiv and Dnipro are providing practical, life-saving support for to thousands of vulnerable children, parents and carers. Through cash transfers and direct interventions they’ve helped families access food, water, and protection.