Wildlife Trusts are one of Center Parcs new charity partnerships
As its three year partnership with Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity came to a very successful end in May, Center Parcs is now delighted to be supporting two new charity partners, ChildLine and The Wildlife Trusts.
Over the next two years Center Parcs will be working with ChildLine and The Wildlife Trusts to support children and the natural environment; both of which are at the heart of a Center Parcs break.
The new joint partnership will see Center Parcs supporting the ChildLine Schools Service, a ground-breaking service that aims to protect a generation of children, one primary school at a time. The initiative aims to get specially trained volunteers visiting every primary school in the UK to help children understand abuse, give them the confidence to talk, and show them who’s ready to listen.
Center Parcs will also be raising funds for, and awareness of, The Wildlife Trusts’ Real Life appeal which aims to recover our natural environment and create ‘Living Landscapes’ across the UK. Working together, the two organisations aim to encourage families to bring nature and real ‘Living Landscapes’ into their daily lives and back into their communities.
Center Parcs CEO, Martin Dalby, said: “After raising an incredible £503,246 for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity over the past three years, we felt it was time to share the generosity of our staff and guests with other charities. Center Parcs is all about families spending quality time together in the natural forest setting so our new partnerships with ChildLine and The Wildlife Trusts are the perfect fit.”