Charities we support
Our vision is to see every complementary health practitioner loving their work and achieving their vision.
Supporting disadvantaged communities at home and abroad
Painless Practice is passionate about supporting disadvantaged communities and regularly donates a percentage of profits to various good causes each year.
Painless Practice partners – James Butler and Celia Champion – are actively involved in supporting charities in South Africa.
James helps run the Choko Community Linking Project which aims to make a sustainable change to the lives of 3,000 vulnerable children and orphans within the Kodumela area programme, close to the Kruger National Park.
Celia is involved with STEPS South Africa which provides a voice for babies and children with lower limb disorders, especially the common birth defect of clubfoot.
Choko has recently funded the building of a dedicated centre for young people with disabilities, and the centre is now looking for £1285 to purchase physio equipment so that the young people can have physical/manual therapy and rehabilitation exercise to relieve their conditions. These people have had very, very little provision from other sources, and this will have a radical impact on their well-being. If each visitor to this page were to give £10 each, we’d soon meet the target. Please visit the web site and help these kids with a £10 donation.
You can view some of the other organisations we’ve been proud to support here: