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Our official charities.

Every year, The Enchanted Forest Community Trust selected three official charities who are active in Highland Perthshire that the event will support through additional publicity and in receiving a major donation from the proceeds from the show. We welcome applications from charities, big and small, national and local for consideration for future years as long as they have some active contribution to activity in Highland Perthshire.

Bumblebee Conservation Trust

We are passionate about saving bumblebees and we believe that the best way to do this is to be guided by the latest bumblebee and pollination science. As a result all of the policies and practices that drive our activities are science-led and we are continually working to monitor and evaluate our activities to ensure best practice in everything we do.

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To find out more and get involved in our Great Big Great Yellow Bumblebee Hunt

PKAVS

PKAVS is a dynamic local charity improving the quality of life of thousands of people throughout Perth & Kinross at their times of greatest need. Through our experienced staff of over 80, with the assistance of nearly 100 dedicated volunteers, we offer support to unpaid carers, those recovering from mental ill-health, minority communities, older people, the local voluntary sector, individuals with impaired mobility, and more.

Through one-to-one sessions, groups, trips, holidays, respite, advice, clinics, complimentary therapies, advocacy, training, signposting, activities, and much more, we work with people, supporting them to lead lives that they may not be able to without our help.

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Guide Dogs (Scotland)

Guide Dogs Scotland provide life-changing mobility services to people living with sight loss. We help people to independently do the simple things that sighted people often take for granted, like travelling to work or school, shopping and meeting up with friends. Our ambition is for a future where every person with sight loss has the confidence and support to live their lives to the full.

In Scotland there are currently over 170,000 people living with sight loss. Despite the devastation caused by sight loss, 70% of adults receive no support within the first 12 months of diagnosis, and are likely to encounter poor education, high unemployment, depression, loneliness and financial insecurity throughout their lifetime.

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Interested in being our official charity in 2020?

If you would like to apply to be one of our selected charities in 2020, please send us your details here and we will be in touch when we are planning our 2020 show.