Some of the Organisations we work with and who help us to be what we are

Action Through Enterprise – ATE is a charity that is deeply concerned by the inequality of wealth in Ghana. We are committed to achieving a measurable reduction in poverty in Lawra by 2020 through social and economic development. 

Frontline Partnership Bulgaria – Frontline teams have been visiting Bulgaria several times a year since 2002, focusing on supporting families, individuals and organisations involved with children and young people with disabilities.

Farm4Lifeworks predominantly in Ghana to provide relief from financial hardship and social and economic disadvantage. 

International Aid Trust

Jacobs Well Trust

Jenx – The leading manufacturer of postural support products for children

Lymphoedema International Health and Development Awareness – LIHDA – focusses on supporting Lyphoedema groups around the world where resources are scarce.

Margaret Carey Foundation – a registered charity supporting the rehabilitation of offenders through refurbishment projects and other work.

Malamulele Onward –  is a non-governmental organization which provides specialized therapy  (physiotherapy, occupational therapy and speech therapy) services, equipment and caregiver training to poorly resourced rural areas of South Africa and other African countries where children severely disabled by cerebral palsy have little or no access to rehabilitation therapy and equipment.

Maria Beatrice Centre, Romania

National Police Aid Convoy

Rotary Clubs in the UK and across the world

Rabbit Hill Country Store – Who have provided Physionet with much needed storage space.

Thackray Medical Research Trust

Trade Aid – Trade Aid, a project set up and run by the Rotary Club of Grantham Kesteven, supply a series of boxed kits of new tools to enable people to set up small business enterprises. Physionet have shipped over 35 of our specialised boxes supplied by Trade Aid.

USWAH – Upkeep & Support for West African Hospitals
Based in North Yorkshire, Josie Nana Quartson set up this charity over ten years ago to collect and deliver medical equipment to West Africa. 

Wheelchair Foundation – An international organisation dedicated to creating awareness of the needs of people with physical disabilities. 

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