Charity

Please find a list below of charities and organisation that Nutri Advanced are proud to be supporting. We chose these places to donate to after consultation with our customers and our own team about local causes that were close to their heart and those that supports others in the journey of health. We plan to continue to expand the organisations we give to in the future and to continue to work with them to help others.


Katherine PadroKatherine Padro

Katherine Pardo BSc (Hons), Dip ION

Blythe House Hospice

Since the start of the pandemic, our Hospice at Home service has provided over 18,000 hours of care to local patients in their own homes. Preventing hospital admissions and family separation, and allowing patients to remain at home where they feel most comfortable. Your donation of £1000 will pay for 7 nights of care for a patient who wishes to remain in their own home at the end of their life.

Sarah SharpeSarah Sharpe

Sarah Sharpe BSc (Hons)

The Christie Charity

The Christie charity is aiming to raise £23 million for the proposed construction of a new centre in Macclesfield where Christie patients will be able to receive outstanding cancer care, closer to home.
The Christie at Macclesfield will transform cancer care in Cheshire, the High Peak area of Derbyshire and parts of North Staffordshire, providing care closer to home for more than 1,500 existing Christie patients a year.
It will bring together essential cancer services into one purpose-built centre delivering local specialist access to radiotherapy, chemotherapy, holistic support and information services, outpatient care, palliative care and a wider range of clinical trials. Around 40,000 appointments per year will take place at the new centre.

Gemma KhooGemma Khoo

Gemma Khoo BSc (Hons), MSc

Whaley Bridge Primary School

Whaley Bridge ER Primary School is a Primary School and Enhanced Resource Provision in the heart of Whaley Bridge, High Peak. As a school they pride themselves on creating a welcoming and inclusive community, and their school motto “for every child a chance to shine” is exemplified both in our high academic expectations and our dedicated and nurturing personal support for all our pupils.

Sarah SharpeSarah Sharpe

Sarah Sharpe BSc (Hons)

Magic Breakfast

The Magic Breakfast is a national charity who provide nutritious breakfasts to children to support their learning. They are aiming to end child morning hunger and ensure no child is too hungry to learn. The money we have donated will provide 2,491 healthy free breakfasts for underprivileged children at school.

Gemma KhooGemma Khoo

Gemma Khoo BSc (Hons), MSc

Race Equality Foundation

Established in 1987, the Race Equality Foundation is a national charity tackling racial inequality to improve the lives of Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities. This donation will help expand their resources and produce more policy, research, advocacy and communications work on race equality in health and care, housing, employment, children & families and communities more widely. This allows them to explore evidence and develop interventions to tackle barriers to race equality that affect Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities' lives. The money will also contribute to running costs as a small charity and also allow them to deliver their violence prevention inclusive parenting programme to more parents across the UK, with whom they work to help children grow up safely and break the cycle of violence in homes and communities.

Sarah SharpeSarah Sharpe

Sarah Sharpe BSc (Hons)

Whaley Bridge Food Bank

We know that the coming months will be a trying time for us and out users.  We remain the only Foodbank in the High Peak to operate on a soft referral basis and have seen a steady rise in people needing as they fall through the gaps in the benefit system, and/or not being normally eligible as they are working but struggling to pay bills.  We have become a vital support cog in our community and we will continue to provide help and support where we can, including opening up on Christmas Day for those on their own or in need of respite.   

One of the factors that prevent people approaching food banks is the perceived stigma. The work we’ve done in a short time has proven that we’ve broken that down, and the generosity that the public and local businesses have shown clearly demonstrates that our little community cares deeply for those who need such services. We've had stock come in much faster than it could possibly go out, even if we were in the inner city, but we know that demand will outstrip this going into Christmas