If you’re curious to learn more about the different types of charity campaigns we support, then this guide has the answers you’re looking for. In particular, we are going to highlight a few of the different types of charity campaigns that we encourage:
First of all, charities that are dedicated to helping the environment will usually fall under two main categories, which include natural centres and parks, as well as environmental protection and conservation charities.
These charities are primarily focused on promoting nature conservation, as well as sustainable practices that are healthier for the environment in general. As we target mainly construction industries, we promote companies that are taking extra steps to look after our environment!
There’s no denying how wonderful animals can be, and most people are aware that certain species are under threat due to a variety of causes – some of which are man-made.
An animal charity will be dedicated to educating the public about these extinction threats, as well as creating systems for conserving wildlife in their natural habitats. In some cases, an animal charity will also focus on hunting and fishing, and its common to find charities dedicated to pet welfare as well.
Perhaps one of the biggest form of charity you are ever likely to hear about our health charities – and whether they are focused on treating the sick, the disabled, or looking for a solution to an incurable disease, health charities have a lot of work to perform.
Many of these charities will be singularly focused on a specific disease or disorder while others will promote medical research in general. It’s also common to see charity campaigns that are dedicated to supporting patients and family members who may be suffering from a health condition.
Art and culture charities
When it comes to cultural heritage and art, it’s safe to say that art and culture charities are at the forefront of preserving our historic creativity and artistic identities.
Many museums around the world are supported by charities, but a culture charity can also be involved in public broadcasting, libraries, and even the performing arts. While there are a fewer art and culture charities around compared to other branches of charity, they certainly perform a great deal of important work.
A charity that is dedicated to improving education will often focus on a specific age group, with the most common focus being on young children in areas of the world that are not fortunate enough to benefit from a complete education. However, there are also variety of charities dedicated to educating adults, prisoners, and more.
It is also common for an educational charity to support University and colleges, as well as struggling high schools and private elementary schools.