PG Mutual

Annual Charity Awards 2022

Following the launch of the PG Mutual Annual Charity Awards in 2021 we are once again asking our members and general public to vote on the charities we wish to support in 2022. The four preferred charities chosen will each receive a £1000 donation.

This year, our staff have chosen charities that they feel reflect PG Mutual’s commitment to supporting families and young people, as well as helping to fight hunger and food waste in the community.

Please select your chosen charity and click submit.

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Pharmacist Support

Pharmacist Support is an independent, trusted charity, providing a wide variety of support services to pharmacists and their families, former pharmacists, and pharmacy students. This may be through financial hardship, through stressful situations during their years of study, in the workplace or in their home life.

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    Pharmacist Support continue to develop and deliver support to meet the changing needs of those in the pharmacy profession so that no one in the pharmacy family has to face challenging times alone. Their team of trustees and staff, alongside their army of volunteers, allows them to champion the wellbeing of the pharmacy family and deliver much needed support.

    (Visit website) Registered Charity No. 1158974

Pharmacist Support

Vetlife Support for the veterinary community

Vetlife provides independent, confidential and free help for everyone in the veterinary community including veterinary nurses, students and non-clinical staff who have emotional, health or financial concerns, whilst seeking ways to prevent such situations in the future.

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    Vetlife works to ensure that those engaged in the veterinary community are aware of available assistance, and signposts them to sources of help should they, or a colleague need support. Support needs vary according to circumstance and may involve short-term support to cope with an immediate crisis or longer-term support for those affected by age, ill health or disability.

    (Visit website) Registered Charity No. 224776



Bookmark was started in 2018 with a simple vision: we want every child to read. 7.1 million adults in England struggle to read and face challenges like these every day – at home, on the move, in the workplace, and with their friends and families.

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    Reading isn’t just about books. It’s about reading a road sign, a safety manual, a birthday card. It’s understanding a job application, the latest Covid-19 guidance or an important letter from your bank. We give children the reading skills and confidence they need for a fair chance in life, through our flexible volunteer-led programme. With all the disruption to children’s learning during the pandemic, our reading support is needed now more than ever.

    (Visit website) Registered Charity No. 1177681


The Oliver King Foundation

The Oliver King Foundation was set up in January 2012 following the tragic death of 12-year-old Oliver King. Oliver died from Sudden Arrhythmic Death Syndrome, a hidden heart condition which kills an estimated 270 children every year.

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    The Oliver King Foundation’s work has saved 47+ lives, placing over 4,500 lifesaving defibrillators across the UK and has trained 70,000 staff in CPR and defibrillation. The Oliver King Foundation exists to ensure that no other family has to suffer a similar loss to that of Oliver King and will not stop until all schools in the UK have access to a defibrillator.

    (Visit website) Registered Charity No. 114485

The Oliver King Foundation

Ruth Straus Foundation

The Ruth Straus Foundation supports families facing the death of a parent and driving the need for more research into non-smoking lung cancers. They believe that every family facing the death of a parent, should be offered professional emotional support to help prepare for their children's futures.

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    With non-smoking lung cancers on the rise, and with a higher number of incidences amongst women, they are raising awareness of the importance of its research and valuable donations will go towards vital support for families to help prepare for the death of a parent and raise much needed awareness of non-smoking lung cancers and the importance of its research.

    (Visit website) Registered Charity No. 1183221


The Trussell Trust

The Trussell Trust supports more than 1,200 food bank centres across the UK and provides emergency food and support to people locked in poverty. Their support provides a minimum of three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food.

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    The Trussell Trust campaign for change to end the need for food banks in the UK and support and encourage their food banks to provide compassionate, practical support to people in crisis to tackle the root causes that lock people into poverty and build people’s resilience, so they are less likely to need a food bank in the future.

    Many of the food banks in their network are already providing additional support and building local connections to address the causes of poverty within their community.

    (Visit website) Registered Charity No. 5434524


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